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Patricia Amaral 

1948-1990 

Assistant 
to the President 

1986-1990 



This 1991 yearbook is dedicated in the memory of 

Patricia Amaral 

for her many years of service and dedication to 

Bridgewater State College 



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In With the New 



Monday, September 3rd was a 
day that resident freshmen will 
not forget. It was the day that 
they moved in to what would be 
their home for the next 10 
months. The residence hall 
opened at 1:00 for the first wave 
of newcomers. Clothes, refriger- 
ators, and other essentials for 
living were carried to their re- 
spective floors. Residence Assis- 
tants were busy greeting tenants 
and making sure things were in 
order. The night's activities in- 
cluded floor meetings and a 



dance. 

The next day was filled with 
activities to help the freshmen 
get to know one another. Both 
residents and commuters were 
greeted by President Adrian Tin- 
sley and then lunch was served. 
Following lunch, an afternoon of 
field games awaited the fresh- 
men. Dinner was followed by a 
night of comedy with three co- 
medians performing. After that, 
the freshmen had a full day of 
classes in store for them. 





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In With the New 



Let it Rain 

Only in New England could a 
warm weekend turn into a drizzling, 
dismal one. Although the rain 
dampened the ground, it seemed to 
have little effect on the spirits of the 
Homecoming '90 participants. 

The weekend began Friday night 
with a bonfire and pep rally on the 
lower campus. Many students de- 
cided to leave the fire once the rain 
started, however despite the ele- 
ments, some remained to show their 
spirit. 

Saturday morning began bright 
and sunny. As soon as 8:30 rolled 
around, more rain poured down 
bringing about the possibility of the 
scheduled activities being canceled. 
Organization members in the park- 
ing lot decorating their floats had to 
change some of their plans in order 



to compensate for the rain. Finally, 
around 10:00, the rain let up and 
activities were confirmed according 
to plans. The parade began with 
floats concerning topics such as the 
Campus Shuttle, the original college 
in the Town Hall, and the football 
game. The parade also included the 
Generations Drum and Bugle Corps, 
and the Mills-Hills Clown Band. 
Five of the athletic teams hosted 
their opponents making it a true 
homecoming. 

The night's activities began at 
8:00. For the alumni, "Irish Night" 
featured continuous music and 
dancing. The main attraction of the 
night was comedian Joe Piscopo. 
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Bridgewater State College Earth Day 1991 

The Second Annual Earth Day Celebration — Earth Day '91 
— was held at the college on Saturday, April 20, in the 
quadrangle between the Campus Center and the Library. The 
event, which was sponsored by Students for Nature and Mass- 
PIRG, was a large success. Music, entertainment, food and 
other concessions were available for the community to browse 
and purchase. The two biggest sellers of the day were SUN's T- 
shirts and pine tree seedlings — with all proceeds going to 
benefit the saving of the environment. 

But the most important part of the day was the message. 
After years of destroying the planet, it is now up to the next 
generations to start to save it. Literature was available, as were 
some letter writing campaigns and petitions, asking for sup- 
port. 

Overall, the day was a festive celebration: a celebration of 
the Earth. 





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The Spring Ball 1991 was held 
Mansfield. Unlike previous 
years, with students waiting in 
long lines for tickets, tickets 
were available right up to the 
day of the gala. But, that did not 
dampen the spirits of the 250 
couples who attended the social 
event of the year at Bridgewater 



State College. DJ Paul Bonito 
provided the music for the night, 
while couples danced the night 
away (and partied the night 
away) in style. As the night went 
on, the memories continued into 
ones that these students will 
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BSC Spring Concert 

Bridgewater State College's Annual Spring Concert brought 
out that old college spirit, along with another spirit. Jah! Spirit 
was the headliner of the day, featuring a variety of Reggae 
songs and Caribbean beats. Also included in the day was 'Mr. 
Simon Says,' the nationally known man who works the game 
that a 'child can play.' He had students skipping, singing 
nursery rhymes, and trying to figure out their left from their 
right. Residence Hall Council also sponsored a 'wacky obstacle 
course,' featuring tricycle racing, tire racing, and balancing 
feats. 

Later in the afternoon, as the events began to wind down, 
students gathered for an all-college cook out on the fields, 
enjoying good food and good music. All of the events were 
held outside Residence Halls A and B and made for a day full 
of fun and friends. Simon Says! 





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Spring Commencement 



The 150th Graduating 
Class walked its "parade 
route" to the tent, with Boyden 
Hall in the background. Friends 
and family members gathered on 
Saturday, May 18, 1991 to con- 
gratulate the newest graduates of 
Bridgewater State College. 

It would not be a day this class 
would soon forget. 
Amid the speeches, smiles, tears, 
and hugs stood this group's sense 
of humor. A construction error 
caused part of the platform to 
collapse, as diplomas were being 
handed out. No one was hurt, but 
many thought it placed a damper 
on the day. But the Class of 
1991's enthusiasm would not be 
stopped. After a 25 minute delay, 
they continued on, stronger than 
ever. 

In total, more than 1 200 diplo- 
mas were handed out to the Class 
of 1 99 1 with bachelor of arts and 
bachelor of science degrees. 

As they prepared to go out into a 
world that looked better when they 
began college, signs of "feed me, " 
"thanks mom and dad," and " I 
love you" were tossed amongst 
the ones stating, "I need a job!" 

It was the time of endings... and 
new beginnings. 




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"This is a day we will never forget. " 

Bridgewater President Adrian Tinsley 



(Left Page) 
Top: Class Marshalls lead the 
procession of graduates into the tent. 

Left: A student wears a sign 
showing a popular theme - apprecia- 
tion. 

Right: Senior Class President 
Todd Tyer delivers his speech to the 
Class of 1991. 

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Left: A student waits for instruc- 
tions as graduation time moves 
closer. 

Right: A congratulatory balloon 
rises above the graduates. 

Bottom: Graduates rush to the 
Bookstore to pick up last minute 
items that they forgot ... such as their 
caps, gowns, tassles, etc. 





BSC's 1991 Spring 

Commencement 

May 18, 1991 



Top Left: Trustee Lou Ricciardi (second from left) and Susan Holton (left) take the diplomas 
off the platform, after part of it collapsed during the ceremony. 

Top Right: Parents congratulate their daughter on a job well done. 

Middle: A Phi Alpha Honor Society student waits for her degree. 

Bottom: Marie Travers yells to friends after receiving her diploma at the 1991 Spring 
Commencement ceremony. 




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Top Left: Class Marshal Ron Ford congratulates members of the 
Class of 1991 as they exit the tent after receiving their diplomas. 

Top Right: Bryon Hayes and Ron Ford after receiving the di- 
ploma. 

Bottom: Members of the Class of 1991 wait in line to re-enter the 
tent, after receiving their degrees. 




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Top Left: President Adrian Tinsely leads the graduates and faculty 
members out of the tent after the ceremony. 

Top Right: Representative Joseph Moakley was the Commence- 
ment Speaker. 

Middle: A Trumpet 'reflects' on the graduation ceremony. 
Three women await the start of the 1991 Spring Graduation cer- 
emony. 



"Remember the good times; 

remember the bad times; 

remember each other/' 

Todd Tyer, President, Class of 1991 



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Top Left: Graduates to be try to relax while passing 
the time in preparation for the ceremony. 

Top Right: A graduate, waiting to re-enter the tent, 
holds her diploma while fighting back tears of hap- 
piness on this 'big day/ 




Left: You are never too old to learn, as this graduate 
proved. She was the senior with seniority, and her 
class gave her a standing ovation. 

Bottom Right: Students wait inside the auditorium for 
the ceremony to start. 





Top Left: Fam Gallo helps another graduate adjust her collar before the start 
of the ceremony. 

Top Right: Students, standing outside the tent after receiving their diplomas, 
are greeted by friends and family. 

Bottom: A view of the quadrangle in front of Boyden Hall as the Spring 
Commencement ceremony begins. 




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The Apartments 



The apartments are the epit- 
ome of campus living. Complete 
with a student's own kitchen, 
bathroom and own personal 
shower, all to be shared with 
five to seven roommates, de- 
pending on which apartment 
you chose. Students live in a set- 
ting that is "close to living in the 



'real world'," and still have all 
the comforts of home. While to 
some the apartments appear 
reminiscent of Alfred 
Hitchcock's classic film Rear 
Window, you will find that the 
apartments are for everyone. 
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DiNardo Hall 
Miles Hall 



Building A and B 

The day has finally arrived! 
After two years, Buildings A and 
B have received official titles. 
Building A has been named after 
Dr. V. James DiNardo and Build- 



ing B for Frankland W. L. Miles, 
Jr. The buildings sponsored a 
Halloween costume party in the 
quad and offered many internal 
programs for residents. Also, a 
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Pope Hall 



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en's dorms, residents of Pope plumbing and electrical systems, 

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for not only the dorm, but also fans were served punch and 

for the whole campus. Residents Fenway franks. They also held 

and trustees participated when movie night and a pizza party to 

Scott held its first ever Iron Man keep the dorm together. 
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Shea/Durgin 



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woken by a fire alarm. Residents 
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middle of the night and some 



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they wouldn't have to worry 
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"Operation Hill Week" was cel- 
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Woodward Hall 



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shower because someone might 
forget to yell "FLUSH!" Due to 
the age of the plumbing system 
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asked to be courteous to fellow 
residents with that simple warn- 



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your hair, you'd better bring a 
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The BSC football program continued their winning ways into the 1990 season finishing the year with an 8-2 record. During 
that stretch, BSC captured the MASCAC title, won the South Division of the NEFC for the second year in a row, and won the 
Cranberry Bowl for the third straight season. Also during the year Coach Peter Mazzaferro won his 100th game at BSC after 22 
years on the Bears' sideline. A big part of the Bears' success this year was due to the presence of their all-star quarterback Ripp ^ 
Charters. Ripp ended his career at BSC as the third all-time leading scorer in New England Division III football with 284 points. ^ 
He was named the ECAC Player of the Week once and to the ECAC Honor Roll twice. He led the NEFC in passing efficiency this 
year with a 142.9 rating. Other standouts on offense included freshman Steve Marshall who broke many BSC rushing records in 
his first year of action. He set season marks for yards with 951 yards and TDs with 13. He won the prestigious Gold Helmet 
Award this year after setting school records against Westfield State with 280 yards rushing and 5 rushing TDs. On the year, he 
averaged 105.7 yards per game. 

Defensively, the Bears were a veteran group with Bill Macri (69 tackles, 13 QB sacks) and Mark Goldman (59 tackles, 9.5 QB 
sacks) anchoring the defensive line. The linebacking corps was led by Jorge Orta (77 tackles) and Jeff Lane (67 tackles, 4 
interceptions). In the defensive backfield, Neil Crowley (63 tackles) was the only Bear to be named an NEFC All-Star (1st team) 
two years in a row. Punter Chris Coyne ended his career at BSC by leading the NEFC in punting with a 35.6 yard average. 



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FIELD HOCKEY 




The Lady Bears ended the year with a 7-8-1 record overall but still managed to be MASCAC Champions with their 4-1 record 
in conference play. Senior co-captains Martha Wall (10 points) and Peg Marini (5 pts.) were big reasons for BSC's success in the 
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MEN'S SOCCER 




The Bears had their best season ever finishing with a 15-4-1 record. The highlight of the year was being selected to the NCAA 
Division III Championships for the first time ever. BSC's leading scorer David Son (22 points, 10 goals) is now the BSC all-time 
scoring leader with 58 points after only two seasons. He is Bridgewater's first All-New England first team selection as well. Co- 
captain Nuno Melo (10 pts.) was named to the MASCAC All-Conference team for the third consecutive season. He has been a 
standout performer in the Bears' defensive scheme during those years. Newcomer Rob Skeete (17 pts.) has made an immediate 
impact in the Bridgewater offense and could develop into one of the best Division III players around. 



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CROSS COUNTRY 




The Bridgewater State men's and women's cross country teams both had outstanding runners anchoring each squad. The men 
were led by senior Mel Gonsalves who won the RIC Invitational and the MASCAC Championships this year. The women had a 
much younger leader, but equally talented in freshman Stacey Mosley. Stacey captured the Codfish Invitational and was runner- 
up in the MASCAC Championships this year. 



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VOLLEYBALL 










The Lady Bears ended the year with a dismal 5-17 record. However, all those wins came against MASCAC opponents earning 
Bridgewater State a share of the MASCAC title in 1990. First year coach Don Buck only had one senior on his squad, captain 
Charlene Casey. She was a solid performer for BSC and an inspiration to the younger teammates. Look for returning players Tara 
Conners, Candi Antonelli, and Kerry Goyette to take over that leadership role on the court in 1991. 



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Both swim teams enjoyed great success at their respective New England Championships with both finishing the highest in 
their team's history. Both teams also broke numerous individual and relay records during the course of the season. Top 
swimmers for Bridgewater State this season included Stephanie Kozowyk (Billerica, MA), Michelle McMackin (Walpole, MA), 
Denise Murphy (Peabody, MA), Heather Lambert (Newburyport, MA) and Sean Be van (Kewona, Canada). 




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MEN'S BASKETBALL 




The Bears got off to a rocky first semester start (2-6) but came on strong this past semester to play .500 ball (9-9) against some 
tough competition. Bridgewater was once again coached by Mark Champagne (8th year) who recorded his 100th win at BSC 
during the course of the year. The Bears' scoring champion this year was sophomore guard Joe O'Connor (Dedham, MA) who 
averaged 19.3 points per game. Right behind Joe were senior forward Todd Steiman (Sharon, MA) and junior center John Hickey 
(Plymouth, MA) who both averaged 17.7 points. In fact, all three were named to the MASCAC All-Conference teams. The Bears 
can't wait for the 1991-92 season to begin with a solid nucleus of veterans back in the fold, including four of five starters. 



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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 




The Lady Bears struggled through much of the 1990-91 season under new coach Frank Sullivan. Not only was Coach Sullivan 
new to the program, so were nine of the twelve team members this year. As the season went on, the freshmen gained invaluable 
playing experience that they will hopefully transform into more wins next season. The women peaked towards the end of the 
year beating Fitchburg State in the MASCAC Championships and gave Westfield State all they could handle in the semifinal 
game at Salem State College. Senior forward Liane Bachant (Holden, MA) was BSC's lone award winner this year earning 
MASCAC All-conference honors. She led the Lady Bears in both scoring (14 points per game) and rebounding [7.7 per game). 



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WRESTLING 




Even though their record doesn't indicate it the BSC wrestling program took big steps toward becoming one of the more 
competitive programs in New England. Under second-year coach Gary Rabinovitz, the Bears were in every match this season 
and for the first time ever never forfeited a match because the 17-member squad filled every weight class. The BSC team was 
spearheaded by captain Gary Kruskall (Brockton, MA) who earned All-New England honors losing in the championship final for 
the 167-lb. weight class. 



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MEN'S TENNIS 




It was a rebuilding year for Coach Robinson and his team. The Bears had to replace their #1 through #4 seeds from last season. 
Look for a great deal of improvement in the years to come. 



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WOMEN'S TENNIS 




The women's tennis team had a solid season with veteran Stacey Dakai (#1 seed), Michelle Comeau (#2 seed), and Deb 
Whipple heading a squad with many new players. Dr. Robinson hopes to turn in a few more wins next season. 



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LACROSSE 




Even though their record may not indicate it, the Lady Bears were in most every game this season. The team had two new 
coaches this year as well as many new team members. As the season went on, the women showed drastic improvement with 
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The Lady Bears had another successful season gaining their fourth consecutive berth in the NCAA Regional Championships. 
Unfortunately, BSC lost two one-run games in the tourney to end the season with a 22-7 record. Head Coach Dee Dee Enabenter 
was honored for the first time by being named the NCAA Northeast Regional Coach of the Year. BSC's winningest coach, Dee 
Dee will have a solid nucleus returning for 1992. 



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The Bears qualified for the NCAA tournament for the third consecutive season. They had the best performance in the NCAA's 
of those three trips this season as well. Ed Grueter was the catalyst of the team's offense with a conference leading .452 average. 
He leaves BSC as the team's career leader in batting average, hits, and stolen bases. He had a 34-game hitting streak snapped in 
the NCAA tourney also. A solid group of veterans is returning for Coach Tufts led by pitcher Joe Larson, outfielder Jay Doherty 
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TRACK AND FIELD 




BSC's track program continues to improve both on the men's and women's side. This year BSC once again hosted two 
invitationals that were attended by more than 10 schools. Individually, the standout of the Bears team was Tim Mann who 
qualified for three events in the NCAA's. Tragically, he broke his ankle in the last meet of the season to miss out on the NCAA's. 
He had an excellent chance of becoming Bridgewater's first national champion until the injury. 



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GAME RESULTS (8-2) 





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WORCESTER STATE 


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FITCHBURG STATE 


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WESTFIELD STATE 


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MASS. MARITIME 


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STONEHILL 


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FIELD HOCKEY 

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WHEATON 

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SMU 

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FRAMINGHAM STATE 

FITCHBURG STATE 

PLYMOUTH STATE 

WORCESTER STATE 

WESTFIELD STATE 

SALEM STATE 

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GAME RESULTS (15-4-1) 



WOMEN'S SOCCER 

GAME RESULTS (10-6) 



JOHNSON STATE 
WESTFIELD STATE 
S. MAINE 
SALVE REGINA 
MASS. MARITIME 
SMU 

UMASS-BOSTON 
STONEHILL 
ROGER WILLIAMS 
NORTH ADAMS STATE 
FITCHBURG STATE 
RHODE ISL. COLLEGE 
SUFFOLK 

WORCESTER STATE 
EASTERN NAZARENE 
SALEM STATE 
FRAMINGHAM STATE 
PLYMOUTH STATE 
WESTFIELD STATE 



BSC 

1 
1 

4 
1 
3 
2 
1 
2 
1 

3 
5 
8 
3 
4 

2 
1 
2 



(OT) 



(20T) 



OPP 

6 


2 

1 
1 


1 


2 
1 





1 



] 





NCAA DIVISION III CHAMPIONSHIPS 

BABSON 2 



PLAYER 
D. SON 
R. SKEETE 

D. LEAL 

J. BONANNO 
N. MELO 

B. TORRE 

E. THEROUX 
D. OLSON 

C. JOYCE 
J. WARD 

D. COLLI 
J. DALI 

J. CESTONE 
M. CREAN 
T. FARLEY 



INDIVIDUAL SCORING 

GOALS ASTS 



10 

7 
3 
8 
3 
3 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 






2 

3 

10 



4 

2 

1 

1 

4 

1 

2 



1 

1 

1 



PTS 

22 

17 

16 

16 

10 

8 

7 

7 

6 

3 

3 

2 

1 

1 

1 







BSC 




OP 


P 


SMU 









2 




PLYMOUTH STATE 









4 




SIMMONS 




4 









W. NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 


5 









FRAMINGHAM STATE 




1 









BRYANT 




1 









SALVE REGINA 




5 




2 




W.P.I. 




3 









NORTH ADAMS STATE 









3 




STONEHILL 




3 




2 




S. MAINE 




5 




1 




SALEM STATE 









1 




CURRY 




3 




2 




REGIS 




2 




1 




WESTFIELD STATE 




2 




4 




N.H. COLLEGE 




1 




3 




INDIVIDUAL SCORING 








PLAYER 


GOALS 


ASTS 


PTS 


K. CONLEY 




18 


3 




39 


K. SPENCER 




4 


4 




12 


K. BROOKS 




4 


3 




11 


J. GORECKI 




3 


3 




9 


M. GODING 




2 


3 




7 


L. WILSON 




1 


5 




7 


H. EGAN 




2 


1 




5 


M. MONTESSI 




1 







2 


K. MATSON 




1 







2 


S. BUCKLEY 







2 




2 


M. MCCAULEY 







1 




1 


E. DESROCHES 







1 




1 


M. MORRIS 







1 




1 


GOALKEEPING 








PLAYER 


GAMES W 




L 


T 


D. HEIDENFELTER 


14.5 


9 




6 





E. DELANCEY 


1.5 


1 











GOALKEEPING 

PLAYER GAMES W L T 

P.HUGHES 20 15 4 1 



BRIDGEWATER 



VOLLEYBALL 



SWIMMING 



GAME RESULTS (5-17; 

BSC 


I 

OPP 


MENS RESULTS (5-6) 

BSC 


OPP 


ROGER WILLIAMS 





3 


SMU 


83 


133 


SMU 





3 


BRANDEIS 


106 


120 


WHEATON 


1 


3 


CONN. COLLEGE 


75 


119 


U. OF LOWELL 





2 


KEENE STATE 


105 


73 


BRYANT 





2 


SALEM STATE 


129 


61 


NORTH ADAMS STATE 


2 





CLARK 


53 


90 


MASS. MARITIME 


2 


1 


UMASS-BOSTON 


131 


53 


CLARK 


1 


3 


WPI 


38 


50 


BABSON 





3 


BABSON 


77 


101 


FITCHBURG STATE 





3 


BENTLEY 


55 


48 


EASTERN NAZARENE 





3 


COLLEGE OF ST. ROSE 


54 


28 


WORCESTER STATE 


3 


2 


NEW ENGLANDS 




STONEHILL 





3 


18TH PLACE 




SMITH INVITATIONAL 










MILLS 
SMITH 
GORDON 
SMU 








2 
2 
2 
2 


WOMEN'S RESULTS (7-1) 

BSC OPP 

SMU 118 119 
BRANDEIS 125 108 


ASSUMPTION 
REGIS 

SALEM STATE 
FRAMINGHAM STATE 
RHODE ISL. COLLEGE 


1 
1 

3 
3 



2 
2 
1 
1 
3 


SALEM STATE 

UMASS-BOSTON 

WPI 

WESTFIELD STATE 

BABSON 

PLYMOUTH STATE 


115 

116 

54 

183 

117 

158 


82 

48 

41 

115 

93 

115 








NEW ENGLANDS 










15TH PLACE 





SCOREBOARD 



MENS BASKETBALL 

GAME RESULTS (11-15) 

! BSC OPP 

SMU INVITATIONAL 

W. CONNECTICUT STATE 54 91 

ANNA MARIA 63 71 



RHODE ISL. COLLEGE 


71 


100 


SUFFOLK 


81 


65 


TRINITY 


80 


83 


PLYMOUTH STATE 


82 


101 


CURRY 


99 


78 


S. MAINE 


58 


69 


WESTFIELD STATE 


69 


79 


UMASS-BOSTON 


81 


84 


WENTWORTH 


93 


74 


NORTH ADAMS STATE 


88 (20T) 


86 


BOWDOIN 


81 


60 


WORCESTER STATE 


76 (OT) 


75 


SALEM STATE 


70 


78 


FITCHBURG STATE 


92 


67 


WESTFIELD STATE 


66 


68 


FRAMINGHAM STATE 


97 


73 


NORTH ADAMS STATE 


66 


71 


EASTERN NAZARENE 


80 


70 


WORCESTER STATE 


102 


108 


SALEM STATE 


79 


92 


FITCHBURG STATE 


91 


65 


FRAMINGHAM STATE 


92 


107 



MASCAC CHAMPIONSHIPS 

NORTH ADAMS STATE 93 70 

SALEM STATE 96 107 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

GAME RESULTS (6-20) 

BSC OPP 

S. MAINE 44 78 

RHODE ISL. COLLEGE 63 73 

SMU 43 61 

EASTERN NAZARENE 53 32 

ST. JOSEPH'S, ME 45 99 

W.P.I. 51 52 

PLYMOUTH STATE 62 66 

EMMANUEL 57 80 

WESTFIELD STATE 61 68 

UMASS-BOSTON 53 59 

NORTH ADAMS STATE 44 34 

BABSON 41 57 

WORCESTER STATE 67 71 

SALEM STATE 75 97 

FITCHBURG STATE 53 (OT) 60 

CLARK 40 79 

WESTFIELD STATE 55 61 

FRAMINGHAM STATE 57 49 

NORTH ADAMS STATE 62 45 

W. CONNECTICUT STATE 50 78 

WORCESTER STATE 61 72 

SALEM STATE 50 70 

FITCHBURG STATE 58 49 

FRAMINGHAM STATE 57 62 

MASCAC CHAMPIONSHIPS 

FITCHBURG STATE 56 49 

WESTFIELD STATE 57 74 



BRIDGEWATER 



WRESTLING 

GAME RESULTS (5-14) 



U. LOWELL 

WENTWORTH INSTITUTE 

PLYMOUTH STATE 

UMASS-BOSTON 

WILLIAMS 

M.I.T. 

U. LOWELL 

WAGNER 

PLYMOUTH STATE 

S. CONNECTICUT STATE 

WESTERN NEW ENGLAND 

NORWICH 

UMASS-BOSTON 

NAVY PREP. 

WENTWORTH INSTITUTE 

W.P.I. 

RHODE ISL. COLLEGE 

TRINITY 

UMASS-BOSTON 



BSC 

22 

52 

17 

31 

6 

20 

20 

3 

2 

6 

7 

14 

32 

7 

48 

15 

4 

30 

20 



OPP 

31 

6 

31 

16 

41 

24 

31 

43 

47 

44 

38 

41 

19 

39 

12 

32 

49 

21 

29 



N. E. College Conference Wrestling Asso. Championships 
GaryKruskall 2nd place 167 lbs.* 

NCAA Wrestling Championships-Division III 

Gary Kruskall Academic Ail-American* 



TEAM POINTS 



MATT NELSON 
GARY KRUSKALL 
MIKE MCMEEKIN 
JOE MURPHY 

GARY KRUSKALL 
JOE MURPHY 



TAKEDOWNS 



SPRINGFIELD TOURNAMENT 

GARY KRUSKALL 3RD 

CHRIS JONES 4TH 

MIT CLASSIC 
GARY KRUSKALL 4TH 

JEFF AZER 5TH 

BOB SHINN 5TH 

PLYMOUTH STATE TOURNAMENT 
GARY KRUSKALL 3RD 

MIKE MCMEEKIN 3RD 

DEREK GOODMAN 5TH 

* DENOTES BSC RECORD 



55 
44 
41 

35 

25* 
18 



167 

UNL 

167 
190 
158 

167 
118 
150 



WOMEN'S LACROSSE 



GAME RESULTS (2-9) 

BSC 



COLBY-SAWYER 

MT. HOLYOKE 

WELLESLEY 

ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE 

SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE 

WHEATON 

PLYMOUTH STATE 

PINE MANOR 

BABSON 

HOLY CROSS 

COLBY 



11 

5 

3 

6 

7 

11 

10 

12 

9 

3 

2 



(OT) 



OPP 

9 

12 
12 
10 
17 
12 
11 
11 
17 
18 
17 



WOMEN'S TENNIS 



GAME RESULTS (6-4-1) 

BSC 
RHODE ISL. COLLEGE 4 

WORCESTER STATE 7 

SIMMONS 1 

ROGER WILLIAMS 8 

SALVE REGINA INVITATIONAL 
4TH PLACE 
NORTH ADAMS STATE 9 



PINE MANOR 
SALEM STATE 
REGIS 
CURRY 

ASSUMPTION 
STONEHILL 



4 
8 
7 
7 
NEW ENGLANDS 
1 
4 



OPP 

4 
2 
7 
1 





5 
1 

1 
2 



7 
5 



MENS TENNIS 

GAME RESULTS (3-7) 



SALEM STATE 

SMU 

WORCESTER STATE 

CURRY 

SUFFOLK 

RHODE ISL. COLLEGE 

EASTERN NAZARENE 

UMASS-BOSTON 

ROGER WILLIAMS 

NORTH ADAMS STATE 



BSC 


OPP 


3 


6 


4 


5 


3 


6 


1 


8 


5 


4 


2 


7 


6 


3 


2 


7 


2 


7 


6 


3 



SCOREBOARD 



BASEBALL 

GAME RESULTS (25-11-1) 

BSC OPP 

U. of INDIANAPOLIS 8 3 

HUSSON COLLEGE 20 4 

ECKERD COLLEGE 13 4 

WINTER HAVEN INVITATIONAL 

U.R.I. 7 9 

BOSTON COLLEGE 3 (11) 4 



AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL 

SUFFOLK 

R.P.I. 

BOSTON UNIVERSITY 

WENTWORTH 

EASTERN NAZARENE 

SMU 

MASS. MARITIME 

NORTH ADAMS STATE 

E. CONNECTICUT STATE 
FITCHBURG STATE 

WORCESTER STATE 

STONEHILL 
SALEM STATE 

BABSON 
WESTFIELD STATE 

FRAMINGHAM STATE 

UMASS-BOSTON 
RHODE ISL. COLLEGE 

S. MAINE 



NCAA New England Regional Championships 
E. CONNECTICUT STATE 5 4 

S. MAINE 4 5 

E. CONNECTICUT STATE 7 1 1 



SOFTBALL 



14 


8 


11 


6 


6 (10) 


6 


15 


4 


25 


2 


16 





6 (11) 


7 


26 


6 


4 


1 


8 





4 


1 


5 


3 


7 


3 


10 


1 


3 





5 


1 


7 


6 


13 


6 


5 


4 


6 


3 


1 





8 


2 


8 


2 


5 


1 


9 


6 


1 





3 


2 


3 


4 


2 


8 



GAME RESULTS (22-7) 

BSC OPP 

FLORIDA A&M INVITATIIONAL 

FLORIDA A&M 3 2 

3 2 

BETHUNE COOKMAN 12 



TUFTS 
PLYMOUTH STATE 

NORTH ADAMS STATE 

SMU 

RHODE ISL. COLLEGE 

FITCHBURG STATE 

WORCESTER STATE 

E. CONNECTICUT STATE 

SALEM STATE 

WHEATON 
WESTFIELD STATE 

FRAMINGHAM STATE 

S. MAINE 



9 

5 

9 

12 

11 

2 

5 

4 

16 

13 

9 

1 

1 



2 

1 

5 

7 

11 

16 

7 

6 

10 

7 



2 



10 

1 





3 

2 







2 

2 

2 

3 



1 

1 





4 

1 



3 



NCAA Northeast Regional Championships 

ITHACA COLLEGE 1 2 
CORTLAND STATE 2 3 



FOOTBALL 

Head Coach, Peter Mazzaferro 

Team Awards: 1990 MASCAC Champions 

1990 South Division Champion 
1990 NEFC Championship Finalist 



Individual Awards: 






Ripp Charters 


NEFC All Star (2nd 


team) 




ECAC All Star (2nd 


team) 




BSC Athlete of the 


Year 


Neil Crowley 


NEFC All Star (1st 


team) 




ECAC All Star (2nd 


team) 


Mark Goldman 


NEFC All Star (2nd 


team) 




ECAC All Star (2nd 


team) 


Sean Tiernan 


NEFC All Star (2nd 


team) 


Steve Marshall 


BSC Freshman Athlete of the Year 




NEFC All Star (2nd 


team) 


Brian McCarthy 


NEFC All Star (2nd 


team) 


Bill Macri 


NEFC All Star (1st 


team) 


Jeff Lane 


NEFC All Star (2nd 


team) 


Jorge Orta 


NEFC All Star (2nd 


team) 


Chris Coyne 


NEFC All Star (1st 


team) 


Glenn Gonsalves 


Lee Harrington Unsung Hero Award 


MENS SOCCER 




Head Coach, Dennis Lukens 




Team Awards: 


1991 NCAA Northeast Champion- 




ship Qualifier (1st time 


ever) 


Individual Awards: 






David Son 


All New England (1st 


team) 



WOMEN'S SOCCER 

Head Coach, Patricia Morano 

Individual Awards: 
Kathy Conley MASCAC All Conference (1st team) 

BSC Freshman Athlete of the Year 
Keri Brooks MASCAC All Conference (hon. men.) 

FIELD HOCKEY I 

Head Coach, Susan Crosby-Tangen 

Team Awards: 1990 MASCAC Champions 

Individual Awards: 

Peg Marini MASCAC All Conference (1st team) 

Martha Wall MASCAC All Conference ( 1 st team) 



Team Awards: 



VOLLEYBALL 

Head Coach, Don Buck 

1990 MASCAC Co-Champions 



Nuno Melo 

Rob Skeete 
Patrick Hughes 
Domingos Leal 



MASCAC All Conference ( 1 st team) 
All New England (2nd team) 
MASCAC All Conference ( 1 st team) 
All New England (3rd team) 
MASCAC All Conference ( 1 st team) 
MASCAC All Conference ( 1 stteam) 



Individual Awards: 
Charlene Casey MASCAC All Conference (1st team) 
Tara Conners MASCAC All Conference (hon. men.) 

Candace Antonelli MASCAC All Conference (hon. men.) 
Kerry Goyette MASCAC All conference (hon. men.) 



CROSS COUNTRY 

Head Coach, Ed Delgado 

Individual Awards: 

Mel Gonsalves MASCAC All Conference 

StaceyMosely MASCAC All Conference 



AWARDS 



MENS BASKETBALL 
Head Coach, Mark Champagne 

Individual Awards: 

MASCAC All Conference (1st team) 
MASCAC All Conference (2nd team) 
MASCAC All Conference (2nd team) 
Lee Harrington Unsung Hero Award 



John Hickey 
Joe O'Connor 
Todd Steiman 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

Head Coach, Frank Sullivan 

Individual Awards: 

Liane B achant MASCAC All Conference (2nd team) 

WRESTLING 

Head Coach, Gary Rabinovitz 

Individual Awards: 



Gary Kruskall 



NCAA Division III Scholar All 

American 

All New England (167 lbs.) 

BSC Scholar Athlete of the Year 



BASEBALL 

Head Coach, Glenn Tufts 

Team Awards: 1991 MASCAC Co-Champions 

1991 NCAA Northeast Regional 
Qualifier (3rd year in a row) 



Individual Awards: 
Ed Grueter 



Joe Larson 

Mike Marini 

Bob Goonan 
Jay Doherty 
Rich Grant 



1991 MASCAC Player of the Year 
1991 MASCAC All Conference 
1 99 1 NCAA All American (2nd team) 
1991 All New England (1st team) 
1991 EC AC All Star (1st team) 
1991 College All Star Game 
1991 All New England (2nd team) 
1991 MASCAC All Conference 
1991 All New England (3rd team) 
1991 MASCAC All Conference 
1991 MASCAC All Conference 
1991 MASCAC All Conference 
1991 MASCAC All Conference 



SWIMMING 

Men's Coach, Joe Yeskewicz 
Women's Coach, Kristin Moreau 

Individual Awards: 

Michelle McMackin BSC Female Athlete of the Year 



SOFTBALL 

Head Coach, Dee Dee Enabenter 

Team Awards: 1991 MASCAC Co-Champions 

1991 NCAA Northeast Regional 
Qualifier (4th year in a row) 



TRACK AND FIELD 

Head Coach, Ed Delgado 

Individual Awards: 

Tim Mann NCAA Championship Qualifier 

in 100m, 200m, and Long Jump 



Individual Awards: 

Dee Dee Enabenter NCAA Regional Coach of the Year 



Betty Brown 



Tammy Silveira 



Jen Holmes 
Elisa Stokowski 



NCAA Northeast Regional All 

American (1st team) 

BSC Scholar Athlete of the Year 

NCAA Northeast Regional All 

American (1st team) 

NEISCA All Star (1st team) 

MASCAC All Conference team 

MASCAC All Conference team 

MASCAC All Conference team 



Art 



Front Row: 
Mercedes Nunez 
Stephen Smalley 
Dorothy Pulsif er 
Back Row: 
William Kendall 
Patricia Flynn 
Joan Hausrath 
Roger Dunn 
John Proege 
John Crowe 
John Heller 




Biology 



Front Row: 
James Brennan 
Sandra Whelan 
Hardy Moore 
Back Row: 
Walter Morin 
Diane Peabody 
Florian Muckenthaler 
John Jahoda 



m 





1201 ACADEMICS 



Chemistry 




Communications 




Henry Daley 
Linda Stafford 
Margaret Souza 
Vahe Marganian 





Front Row: 
Sandra Briggs 
Nancy Street 
Suzanne Ramczyk 
Nancy Moses 
Susan Holton 
Back Row: 
Joel Litvan 
Raymond 
Richard Warye 
Lee Dunne 
Arthur Dirks 



ACADEMICS \121 



Front Row: 
Ray Harper 
Wayne Dickinson 
John Jones 
Back Row: 
Vincent Worden 
Margaret Joyce 
Tom Wolpert 
John Deasy 
Maureen Moir 
Judith Deckers 
Wayne Phillips 



Back Row: 
Hank Burke 
Pat Knudson 
Robert Boutilier 
Reed Stewart 
Jacek Sulanowski 
Richard Enright 
Glenn Miller 
Jim Moir 
Vernon Domingo 
Front Row: 
Lynn Furlong 
Madhu Rao 
Lillian Ricci 
Ira Furlong 
Aggie Macewicz 



Early and Elementary 

Education 




Earth Science & 
Geography 




122 f ACADEMICS 




Foreign Language 



SMOKING 

PERMITTED 
IN THIS AREA 
-ONLY 



<" 




Front Row: Robert Briggs, 

Lenne Padula, Anthony 

Cotugno 

Back Row: Stanley Hamilton, 

Barbara Ward, Margaret 

Snook 



ACADEMICS \123i 



W. David Englund 
Robert E. Fitzgibbons 
Leo J. McGuirk 
Raymond Z. Wallack 
Robert L. Mogilnicki 
Rosalind J. Morrison 




High School, Middle 
School & Adult Ed. 




History 



Front Row: 
D. Gerald }. Poiror 
Lucille O'Connell 
Jean Stonehouse 
Second Row: 
Peter Karavites 
Philip Silvia 
Back Row: 
John F. Myers 
Benjamin A. Spence 
David Culver 
Thomas Turner 




1241 ACADEMICS 



Math 




Music 



Front Row: 
J. M. Prendergast 
Philip Scalisi 
Tom Moore 
Uma Shama 
Z. I. Chang 
Frank Lambiase 
Gail Price 
H. L. Chang 
Abdul Satter 
Back Row: 
Robert Bent 
Walter Gleason 
Richard Quindley 
John Nee 
Jeff Butz 
Paul Fairbanks 
Glen Ravlicek 




Henry Santos 
Jacob Liberies 
Jean Kreiling 
David Garcia 
Maxine M. Asselin 
Ian Johnstone 







ACADEMICS \1W 



Philosophy 



Ed James 
Steven Sanders 
Fran Quaglio 
David Cheney 





Physics 



Richard Calusdian 
Marcia Webb 
George Weygand 
Grace Healy 
Felix Palubinskas 





126 J ACADEMICS 



Psychology 




Special Education 



Front Row: 
Donald Brown 
Herbert J. Green wald 
Ruth Harmon 
Margaret Johnson 
Louis Schippers 
Back Row: 
Drake Chisholm 
James Scroggs 
Kenneth Wolkon 
David Richards 
Susan Todd 




Front Row: 
Mary Comeau 
Paula Carpenter 
Back Row: 
Dr. Tracy Baldrate 
Barbara Gibson 
Dr. Lidia Silveira 
Dr. William Murphy 



ACADEMICS \127 




BRIDGEWATE R STATE COLLEGE 
igewater, Massachusetts 02325 

508/697-1201 

Dear Members of the Class of 1991 i 

When your class entered Bridgewater in the fall of 1987 , the College was 
not only a smaller place— several new residence halls were still under 
construction,, and renovations were still in progress on both the Davis Alumni 
Center and Gates House, where the Admissions Office is located — but also a 
different place. Bridgewater was in transition then, with a search for a 
permanent president about to beg in . By the time I came to Bridgewater in the 
summer of 1989, between the Class of 1991 's sophomore and junior years, it was 
clear that this was a campus anxious for a sense of stability and eager to 
accept new challenges . All the necessary ingredients were here — a dedicated 
and talented faculty and staff, a variety of fine academic and student life 
programs, and able and enthusiastic students like yourselves. 

My own experience on many different campuses had convinced me that 
Bridgewater was an exceptional college, and the ensuing months have confirmed 
that assessment. You and I, in our own way, made the decision to come here, 
and I trust you are as pleased with your choice as I am with mine* 

Now that your undergraduate days are completed, and you are fully 
engaged in the next phase of your lives, I believe you will see the value over 
and over again of your Bridgewater education „ I know that we at Bridgewater 
are very proud that you earned your degree here. 

In the last decade of the twentieth century, it is clear more than ever 
before that a good education is a solid hedge against the uncertainties of 
life. As a college graduate, you have acquired knowledge and skills 
■applicable not only to a specific career but useful in helping you adjust if 
personal interests shift or if new professional opportunities, perhaps in 
fields not yet created, should arise. 

Graduating in the 150th anniversary year of the College's founding, 
yours is a class with special stature. It is customary in American colleges 
and universities to look toward such "milestone" classes with a heightened 
sense of expectation. Individually and collectively, the accomplishments of 
your class in the years to come will be seen as representative of this 
generation of Bridgewater students. That is a challenge I know you will 
embrace with the same energy and enthusiasm that you invested in your 
education at Bridgewater. 

I wish each of you great happiness and success as you begin the pursuit 
of new goals in your lives. 

Sincerely, 



Adrian Tinsley 
President 



128 ADMINISTRATION 




ADMINISTRATION 129 



Academic Affairs 



Marian Marra 

Joyce Cook 

Joan Luiz 

Dr. Jacquelyn Madry-Taylor 



- 






Administration and 

Finance 



Liz Sironen 
Lucy Cummings 
Linda Wright 




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130 J ADMINISTRATION 



Admissions 




Alumni Relations 
and Development 




Front Row: 
Nanette Baines 
Janet Taylor 
Marian Spencer 
Rosella DeTerra 
Ann Ferris 
Back Row: 
Dwight Cook 
Susan LaBossiere 



- 



Front Row: 

Anne Marie Fraser 

Debra Ashton 

Mary Freeman 

Shirley Hogan 

Back Row: 

Ashley McCumber 

Maureen Sylvia 

Philip A. Conroy 

Kimberly DeCaro Williams 

Ralph J. Fletcher 





ADMINISTRATION \131 



Counseling Center 



Front Row: 
David Duhaime 
Carol Gray 
Back Row: 
Daniel Deithelm 
Helene Lieb 
Lila Annaloro 





Front Row: 
Paul Lamoureux 
Frank Filippini 
Back Row: 
Mike Levy 
Butch Cairns 
Capt. Eldon Souza 
Ken Mahoney 



Bridgewater Fire 
Department 



louza 







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1321 ADMINISTRATION 



Graduate School 




Health Services 



Paul F. Wright 
Mary MacPherson 
Marilyn W. Barry 
Ronald Pariseau 





Front Row: 
Janie Murphy 
Rita Feeney 
Back Row: 
Valia Thorns 
Kathleen Candeias 
June Robie 
Jeanna Polonchek 
Stewart Silliker 



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ADMINISTRATION \ 133 



Housing 



Front Row: 
Peg Sheibley 
Janie Andrews 
Mela Dutka 
Amy Beckerman 
Back Row: 
Richard Walcek 
Susan Vandeventer 
Michael Blatman 
Steve Goldman 
Roland Arcand Jr. 
Paula D. O'Gilvie 
Art Farlowe 




Library Staff 






Present are: 
Carol Neubauer 
Dorothy Crosman 
Gail Hall 
Shu-chen Tu 
Susan Pfister 
M. Rita Drummond 
Teri Moccia 
Nilda Poe Sepp 
S. Mabell Bates 
Shirley E. Libby 
Owen P. McGowan 




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Glenn Cook 
Ruth Wagner 
Walter Deady 





Janet L. Mclsaac 
Darlene Costa 
Carolyn Ames 
Mary E. Hogan 





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Sally Stewart 
Margarida Vieira 
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Melinda McCrae 
Clay Forney 
Jean Zona 
Peter Tsaffaras 



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Public Affairs 



Roberta Harris 
David Wilson 
Marie Murphy 





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Registrar 




Student Services 



Front Row: 
Nancy Clay 
Dennis Bicknell 
Joan Schlatz 
Back Row: 
Leona Mazzoleni 
Peg Mercier 
Dawn Wentworth 
Ron Perry 
Tom Chaffee 





Front Row: 
Martha Jones 
Lynn Willett 
Back Row: 
Nancy Jenesky 
Sandra Cushman 
William Drapeau, Jr. 
Betty Sprague 



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Trustees 




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Frank Dunn 
Louis Ricciardi 
Charles Hart 
Carol B. Furr 
Bob Crouch 
John Hoy 







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Danielle Rezendes 
Wanda Allen 
Fran Williams 
Cheryl Lees 
Amy Newton 
Caitlin Andrews 




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Maureen Ahearn 

Management Science 

Carrie Albert 

Management Science 

Christine Albert 

Management Science 



Melissa Aleixo 

Elementary Education 

David Allen 

Physical Education 

Fatima Almeida 

Elementary Education 



Eric D. Anderson 

Physical Education 

Glenn Anderson 

History 

James E. Anderson 

Mathematics 



Joanne Anderson 

Physical Education 

Kim Anderson 

Special Education 

Gretchen Andresen 

Elementary Education 



Caitlin Andrews 

Communications Arts and Sciences 

Katrina Antonellis 

Physical Education 

Maria Antoniou 

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1421 SENIORS 




Susan Archambault 

Biology 

James Ariagno 

Management Science 

Robert Armey 

Art 





Colleen Armour 

English 


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Frank Arricale 

Political Science 




Suzanne Arruda 

Early Childhood Education 



Cari-Ann Arsenault 

Computer Science 

Sandra Arseneau 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Peter Ashworth 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Scott Ashworth 

Physical Education 

Anna Asselin 

Physical Education 

Peter Atherton 

Political Science 



Lisa Austin 

Management Science 

Cheryl A villa 

Early Childhood Education 

Frank A villa 
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SENIORS \143\ 



Andrea M. Ayer 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Christina Aylward 

Mathematics 

Liane Bachant 

Physical Education 



Wendy Badger 

Early Childhood Education 

Elisa Bage 

Elementary Education 

Angela Bailey 

Psychology 



Carole Bailey 

Social Work 

Sandra Bainton 

Elementary Education 

Karen Baird 

Early Childhood Education 



Debra Baker 

Psychology 

Kerry Baker 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Kristen Bakutis 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Joseph Baldwin 

Management Science 

Michelle Banville 

Physical Education 

Kerry Barnes 

Elementary Education 




1441 SENIORS 




Stefanie Barrett 

Psychology 

Charles Bata 

Political Science 

Melissa Baumann 

Management Science 



Nancy Bays 

Art 

Emily Belanger 

Physical Education 

Todd Bello 

Management Science 



Lori Benson 

Elementary Education 

Sharon Bettencourt 

Biology 

Debra Bill 

Management Science 



Brenda Bingham 

Elementary Education 

Darlene Blanchard 

Management Science 

Laura Black 

Elementary Education 



Wendy Blackwell 

Elementary Education 

Lisa Blaisdell 

Elementary Education 

Darryl Bolduc 

Aviation Science 



SENIORS \145i 



Joseph Bonanno Jr. 

Mathematics 

Denise Bonkowski 

Elementary Education 

Christine Bonnell 

Management Science 



Laura Boulay 

Mathematics 

Daniel Bourgery 

Physical Education 

George Bourguignon 

Management Science 



George Bova 

Political Science 

Melissa Branco 

Physical Education 

David Brazil Jr. 

Management Science 



Stacey Brandon 

See page 181 

Rachel Bremilst 

Art 

Charlene Brezinski 

Social Work 

Elisabeth Bridges 

Elementary Education 



Lisha Brightman 

English 

Kelly Brine 

Sociology 

Shannon Brinnon 

Early Childhood Education 




1461 SENIORS 




Jessica Brown 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Richard A. Brown 

Physical Education 

Stacey Brown 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Todd Brown 

Physical Education 

Erin Browne 

Psychology 

Joanne Bruneau 

Spanish 



Jeffrey Bruno 

Physical Education 

Joan Bruno 

Management Science 

Robert Bry 

Management Science 



Kimberly Bryan 

Anthropology 

Jacqueline Buckley 

Political Science 

Todd Buckley 

Management Science 



Kimberley Bulger 

Psychology 

Courtney Burke 

Elementary Education 

Jeffrey Burke 

Political Science 



SENIORS 1747! 



Patricia Burke 

Social Work 

Corinne Callahan 

Political Science 

Christopher Calos 

Political Science 



Dawn Cambra 

Chemistry 

Christina Canalas 

Physical Education 

Mary R. Canavan 

English 



Jill Cantwell 

Special Education 

Jaclyn Capavella 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Donna Capek 

Elementary Education 



Dawnmarie Caputo 

Early Childhood Education 

Patricia Carifio 

Physical Education 

Richard Carleton 

Management Science 



Cindy Carreiro 

Early Childhood Education 

Robert Carroll 

Management Science 

Dianne Carter 

Elementary Education 




1481 SENIORS 




Gregory Carty 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Lynne Casavant 

Sociology 

Charlene Casey 

Management Science 



Kristin Cavanagh 

Elementary Education 

Barbara S. Cecere 

English 

Robyn Ceriani 

Physical Education 



Elena Ceurvels 

Early Childhood Education 

Keith Chagaris 

Physical Education 

Mary Chapman 

Elementary Education 



Mary Chappell 

English 

Matthew Chappelle 

Computer Science 

Robert Charters 

Physical Education 



Kelly Chase 

Management Science 

Vicki Chaski 

Social Work 

Jeff Chretien 

Computer Science 



SENIORS \149 



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Cynthia Ciavattieri 

Elementary Education 

Janet Cichon 

History 

Sean Clancey 

Aviation Science 



Lisa Clancy 

Special Education 

Cathleen Clark 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Hilary Clark 

Psychology 



Megan Clark 

Sociology 

Wayne Clark 

Elementary Education 

Anne-Marie Cloutier 

Physical Education 



Maurice Cloutier Jr. 

Management Science 

Antonino Coelho 

Political Science 

Ilda Coelho 

Social Work 





Marguerite Coggeshall 

Management Science 




David Colby 

Management Science 


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Janet Cole 

History 


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Lisa Coletti 

Social Work 

Jeanne Collet 

Elementary Education 

April Collins 

Management Science 



Kimberly A. Colotta 

Management Science 

Michelle Comeau 

Mathematics 

Edward Comstock 

Aviation Science 



William Conard 

English 

Jennifer Condon 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Kristina Connell 

Elementary Education 



Michael Connolly 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Thomas Connors 

English 

Kimberly Conrad 

Special Education 



Sean Conway 

Physical Education 

Kimberley Cook 

Management Science 

Kerrin Corrigan 

Management Science 






SENIORS \15 



Thea Cosmopulos 

Early Childhood Education 

Dominic M. Costa 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Peggy Costa 

Special Education 



Joan Costanzo 

Elementary Education 

Leslie Cotter 

Physical Education 

Paul Cournoyer 

Biology /Chemistry 



Suzanne Cournoyer 

Psychology 

Karen Anne Courtney 

Political Science 

Michael Cox 

Management Science 



Christopher Coyne 

Physical Education 

Clare Coyne 

Elementary Education 

Gayle Cragin 

Psychology 



Amy Crowell 

Management Science 

Christopher Crowley 

Aviation Science 

Paula Cullen 

Elementary Education 




152 J SENIORS 




Stella Cullinan 

Social Work 

Ellen Cummings 

Political Science 

Jill Cummings 

Communications Arts and Sciences 



Daniel Cunningham 

Physical Education 

Mark Curran 

Management Science 

Thomas Curran 

English 



Dana Cutter 

Communications Arts and Sciences 

James Daly 

Management Science 

Richard Damon 

Chemistry — Geology 



Kristen Darling 

Early Childhood Education 

Laura Darmody 

Elementary Education 

Laura Dasilva 

Social Work 



Scott Davignon 

Physical Education 

Alison Davis 

Early Childhood Education 

Chaela Davis 

Psychology 



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Kathy Day 

Elementary Education 

Gracieta Deabreu 

Political Science 

Lucy Defrias 

English 



Nancy Delaney 

History 

Paul Delaney 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Craig Demello 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Mary Deroche 

Management Science 

Eleanor Derosa 

Elementary Education 

Eric Desjourdy 

Management Science 



Renee Desrosiers 

Social Work 

David Devincentis 

Art 

Dina Diamondis 

Psychology 



Christina Diiorio 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Brenda Dillon 

Management Science 

Barbara DiMartino 

Communication Arts and Sciences 





Kris-Ann Diogenes 

Early Childhood Education 

Priscilla Dodd 

Management Science 

Charles Doherty 

Management Science 



Diane Dolge 

Early Childhood Education 

Timothy Donegan 

Management Science 

Frederic S. Dorr Jr. 

Elementary Education 



Susan Drew 

Management Science 

Joseph Drummey 

Management Science 

Debra Dube 

Early Childhood Education 



Paul Dufresne Jr. 

Mathematics 

Daniel Duggan 

Aviation Science 

Cheryl Duquette 

Elementary Education 



Elizabeth Dusseault 

Elementary Education 




Hugh Dwyer 

Management Science 




Nicholas Edlund 

English 


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Kirsten Egersheim 

Management Science 

Susanne Egersheim 

Early Childhood Education 

Alex Eigerunann 

Management Science 






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Special Education 

William Enright 

Mathematics 

Gary Erikson 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Kathleen Faghan 

Sociology 

Amy Farrar 

Elementary Education 

Marie Farrar 

Sociology 



Scott Ferbert 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Marie Ferioli 

Art 

Brian Fernandes 

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Lorri Finnegan 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Melanie Fisher 

Management Science 

Deborah Fitzgerald 

Elementary Education 



Paula Fitzgerald 

Psychology 

Anne Flaherty 

Physical Education 

Ann-Marie Flanagan 

Elementary Education 



David Flannery 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Stacey Fleming 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Jennifer Flynn 

Elementary Education 



Jessica Flynn 

Mathematics 

Donna Fogel 

Management Science 

Joseph Foglietta 

Special Education 



Judith Folan 

Elementary Education 

Karen B. Foley 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Ronald Ford 

Physical Education 



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Lisa Ann Forte 

Physical Education 

Lynne Fortier 

Physical Education 

Diane Fowler 

History 



Brian Freeman 

History 

Susan Fregeau 

Elementary Education 

Melissa Freiday 

Communication Arts and Sciences 




Christine Freitas 

Elementary Education 

Doborah Freitas 

English 

Laura Frias 

Early Childhood Education 



Lisa Frim 

Psychology 

Lynn Furtado 

Physical Education 

Scott Gagnon 

English 



Gina Galego 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Dan Gallagher 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Particia C. Gannon 

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Jennifer Garof alo 

Psychology 

Jill Garro 

Elementary Education 

Peter Gaskins 

Psychology 



Kathleen Gately 

Political Science 

Robyn Gaynor 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Kerry Gearin 

Special Education 



Nancy Gedraitis 

History 

Sandra Gentile 

Elementary Education 

Pierre Germain 

Management Science 



Mark Germanowski 

Aviation Science 

Susan Giannopolo 

Elementary Education 

Kevin Gildea 

Elementary Education 



Brian Glavin 

Management Science 

Michael Gliniewicz 

Art 

Chad Goldman 

Management Science 



SENIORS \159 



Rita Goldman 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Marilyn Gomes 

Elementary Education 

Glenn Gonsalves 

Physical Education 



Melvin Gonsalves 

Physical Education 

Darin P. Goodwin 

Physics 

Michelle Gori 

Elementary Education 



Jeff Gorton 

Physical Education 

Diane Gosselin 

Elementary Education 

Eileen Gould 

Mathematics 



William Gould Jr. 

History 

Gregory Goyette 

Aviation Science 

Margaret Graden 

Psychology 



Kim Grande 

Art 

Patricia Grasso 

Management Science 

Julie Gray 

English 




160 J SENIOh 




Michelle Greeley 

Elementary Education 

Brenna Grober 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Rochelle Groves 

Early Childhood Education 



Robbin Guilfoy 

English 

Diane Guillemette 

Sociology 

Anthony Gutierrez 

Aviation Science 



Karen Gwara 

Elementary Education 

Scott Hagg 

Management Science 

Brian Hanley 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Timothy Hanlon 

Sociology 

Sonja Hanson 

Early Childhood Education 

Denise Harrington 

Art 



Eartha Harris 

Sociology 

Sean Harris 

Psychology 

Carolyn Haskell 

English 



SENIORS \161 



Timothy Hatfield 

Political Science 

Bryon Hayes 

English 

Kenneth Hayes 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



John Healey 

Physical Education 

Dorothy Heath 

Management Science 

T amine Henderson 

Psychology 



Caitlin Hennessey 

Early Childhood Education 

Paul Hennigan 

Management Science 

Kimberly Henriques 

Early Childhood Education 



Debra Henry 

Physical Education 

Theresa Henry 

Elementary Education 

Kelly Herman 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Brian Hickey 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Denise Higgins 

Early Childhood Education 

Michelle Higgins 

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Nancy Hines 

Management Science 

William M. Hines Jr. 

Sociology 

Cheryl Hoffses 

Elementary Education 



Norma Holland 

Management Science 

William Hunt 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Marie Hunter 

Psychology 



Lori Iannitelli 

Early Childhood Education 

Andrea Jackson 

English 

Eric Jaundoo 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Michael Jerrier 

Management Science 

Jill Johnson 

Psychology 

Tiffany Jolie 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Diane Jones 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Kelley Jordan 

Elementary Education 

Scott Joseph 

Earth Sciences 



SENIORS \163 : 



Steven Joubert 

Aviation Science 

Richard Joyal 

Aviation Science 

Christopher Joyce 

Physical Education 



Robert Joyce 

Management Science 

Ann-Marie Keaveney 

Management Science 

Sharon Kee 

Management Science 



Denise Kelly 

Elementary Education 

Gretchen Kelly 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Joanne Kelly 

Management Science 



Kara Kennedy 

Physical Education 

Debra Kenney 

Psychology 

Carolyn M. Kessinger 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Wassim Khoury 

Chemistry 

Tracey Kiernan 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Maryanne Kilroy 

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164 f SENIORS 




Burton King 

English 

Katherine King 
Elementary Education 

Dorothy Kiziuk 

Management Science 



Patricia Kloster 

Management Science 

Julie Knibbs 

Elementary Education 

Penelope Kourakis 
Physical Education 



Stephanie Kozowyk 

Physical Education 

Deborah L'ltalien 

Elementary Education 

Stephen J. Labella 

Management Science 



Dawn Labounty 

Physical Education 

Laurie Lacerte 

Management Science 

Heather Lambert 

Physical Education 



Paul Lambert 




History 




Stephen Lanciani 

Art 




Renee Landry 

Management Science 


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Jeffrey Lane 

Physical Education 

Anna Langenfeld 

Geography 

Karen Langevin 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Claire Lapointe 

Sociology 

Lauren Lauria 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Kevin Lavelle 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Amy Law 

. Elementary Education 

Heather Lawson 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Brenda Lawton 

Management Science 



Jane Le 

Management Science 

Robbyn Leach 

Sociology 

Roger Leary 

Political Science 




Susan Leavens 

Physical Education 

Sandra Leblanc 

Management Science 

Judith Lemay 

Management Science 




1661 SENIL 




Donald Lemonde 

Aviation Science 

David Lend 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Lisa Levesque 

Management Science 



Kendra Libby 

Elementary Education 

Jeffrey Linberg II 

Philosophy 

David Linnevers 

Aviation Science 



Kathleen Little 

Elementary Education 

Susan Little 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Jose Lobo 

Aviation Science 



Jacqueline Lobos 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Claudia Lomba 

Early Childhood Education 

Bryan Lombardi 

History 



Raquel Lopes-Decoste 

Psychology 

Deborah Lorgeree 

Elementary Education 

Kristine Lougee 

Social Work 



SENIORS \167l 



Donna Lunde 

Biology 

Tristan Lundgren 

Geography 

Julie A. Lydon 

Management Science 



Sandra Lyne 

Elementary Education 

Stacey Lyons 

Physical Education 

Ann MacDonald 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Bette MacDonald 

Mathematics 

Ellen I. MacDonald 

Special Education 

Michelle MacKay 

Management Science 



Jennifer MacMurray 

Elementary Education 

Brenda Madden 

Chemistry 

Lynn Madden 

Physical Education 



Melissa Maher 

Art 

Roxanne Marco 

Early Childhood Education 

Margaret Marini 

Elementary Education 




1681 SENIORS 




Karen Marshall 

Elementary Education 

Stephen Mason 

Art 

Mary Mastromarino 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Mary Matte 

Spanish 

Kimberly Matthews 

Early Childhood Education 

Anthony Mavilia 

Physical Education 



Michelle Maynard 

Elementary Education 

Janet McAndrew 

History 

Kimberly McAuley 

Aviation Science 



Barbara McCabe 

Social Work 

Claire McCarthy 

Physical Education 

Joan McCarthy 

Sociology 



Christine McDonald 

Elementary Education 

Susan McDonald 

English 

Cynthia McDonnell 

Elementary Education 



SENIORS \169 



Pamela McDonough 

Elementary Education 

Susan McDougall 

Management Science 

William McEntee 

Computer Science 



Laurie McEwen 

Management Science 

Kimberley McGaffigan 

Physical Education 

Nancy McGinnis 

Sociology 



Michael McGrath 

Aviation Science 

Michelle McGrath 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Patricia McKenna 

Physical Education 



Maureen H. McLallen 

Management Science 

John McManus 

Management Science 

Virginia McSwain 

Psychology 



Lynda McSweeney 

Political Science 

Jill McVane 

Management Science 

Maria Medeiros 

History 




170 J SENIORS 




Susan Medeiros 

Elementary Education 

Christopher Meechin 

Political Science 

James Mello 
Political Science 



Jennifer Mello 

Special Education 

Michelle Mello 

Early Childhood Education 

Shelly Mello 

Elementary Education 



Charlene Melody 

Management Science 

Andrea Meninno 

Social Work 

Constance Merigo 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Anne Metzger 

Elementary Education 

Laura Meuse 

Management Science 

Christine Michaud 

Management Science 



Heidi Milch 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Elizabeth Milk 

English 

Allison Miller 

Physical Education 

SENIORS \171 



Richard Miller 

Management Science 

Christine Miozza 

Early Childhood Education 

Kerrie Mitchell 

Elementary Education 



Michelle Mitchell 

Social Work 

Karen Mole 

Management Science 

Kimberly Molle 

Sociology 



Kristen Montanari 

Management Science 

Laura Montemarano 

Psychology 

Kathleen Moore 

Management Science 



Toni A. Moore 

Management Science 

Malisa Morais 

Elementary Education 

Elizabeth Moran 

Psychology 



Lawrence Moran 

Management Science 

Debora Morin 

Management Science 

Pamela Morin 

Management Science 




1721 SENIORS 




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David Morris 

Management Science 

Eileen Morrissey 

Management Science 

Marybeth Morrissey 

Elementary Education 




Sandra Morse 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Lorna Morwick 

Physical Education 

Jennifer Mosca 

Sociology 



Beth Mosher 

Physical Education 

Mary- Alice Muise 

Sociology 

Julie Mulkerrin 

Management Science 



Gregory Mullen 

Management Science 

Rhonda Mullen 

Elementary Education 

Jennifer Muller 

Early Childhood Education 



Denise Murphy 

Early Childhood Education 

Traci Namenson 

Early Childhood Education 



Alan Nasuti 

Psychology 



SENIORS 1773: 



James Naughton 

Management Science 

Phinda Ncala 

Computer Science 

Eduardo Nettle 

Biology 



Pamela Newcomb 

Management Science 

Dawn Newman 

Elementary Education 

Michelle Nogueira 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Kristen Norman 

Early Childhood Education 

Kim Normandin 

Early Childhood Education 

Kathleen Nowick 

Social Work 



Megan O'Connell 

Elementary Education 

Tara OTDonnell 

Special Education 

Thomas O'Heir 

Computer Science 



Partick CNeil 

Aviation Science 

Kerri O'Rourke 

Elementary Education 

Kristen O'Boy 

Early Childhood Education 




1741 SENIORS 




Joseph V. O'Connell Jr. 

Physical Education 

Christopher Oliveira 

Psychology 

Deborah Orlando 

Art 



Stacey Orton 

Early Childhood Education 

Christine Otenti 

Management Science 

Marsha Ouimette 

Art 



Laura Ouellette 

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Michelle Owens 

English 

Stacey Pappas 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Sheri Parker 

Elementary Education 



Susan Partridge 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Gary Parziale 

Physical Education 

Donna Pavia 

English 



Gregory Payette 

Physical Education 

Laura Payne 

Management Science 

Patrick Pearce 

Political Science 



SENIORS \175l 



Christine Pendleton 

Elementary Education 

Scott Pereira 

Psychology 

Teresa Pereira 

Elementary Education 



Christopher Perra 

History /Political Science 

Lorraine Perrault 

English 

Cheryle Perry 

Early Childhood Education 



Nancy Perry 

Management Science 

{Catherine Phipps 

Management Science 

Maria Pina 

Management Science 



Harold Plant Jr. 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Marlene Pluta 

Psychology 

Catherine Poirier 

Social Work 



Maria Police 

Early Childhood Education 

Dina Poliseno 

Elementary Education 

Michelle Post 

History 




1761 SENIORS 




John Powers III 

Psychology 

Wendy Pratt 

Management Science 

James Quartarone 

Political Science 



Laura Ouellette 

Elementary Education 

Denise Ralston 

Early Childhood Education 

Christopher Rappold 

Physical Education 



Stephen R. Raymond 

Management Science 

Susan Reddy 

Elementary Education 

Marian Reed 

Sociology 



Eugene Reiber 

History 

David Repeta 

Elementary Education 

Lauren Rettman 

Elementary Education 



Danielle Rezendes 

Political Science 

Lisa Ricci 

Management Science 

Marjorie Richards 

Special Education 



SENIORS \177 



Michael Richards 

History 

Janna Richardson 

Early Childhood Education 

Diane Riley 

Management Science 



Judith Robbins 

Elementary Education 

Nancy Robens 

Computer Science 

Teresa Roberts 

Management Science 



Michelle Robillard 

Early Childhood Education 

Helena Rodrigues 

Management Science 

Denise Rogers 

Psychology 



Gwendolyn Rose 

Early Childhood Education 

William Roseman 

Elementary Education 

Martha Rossi 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Jeffrey Rothberg 

Management Science 

Patricia Rubbico 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



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Peter G. Russell Jr. 

Geography 




1781 SENIORS 




Diana Ryan 

Chemistry — Geology 

Kevin Sadowski 
Management Science 

Nicholas Salvi 
Management Science 



Kimberly Samsel 

Special Education 

Kathleen Santangelo 

Management Science 

Margarita Santiago 

Psychology 



Julie Santos 

English 

William Santos 

Aviation Science 

Jean Satchell 

Elementary Education 



Paula Satinoff 

Political Science 

Brian Scannell 

Management Science 

Peter Schwartz 

Management Science 



Allen Scott 

Philosophy 

Kenneth Segal 

Physical Education 

Gregory Sheedy 

Psychology 



SENIORS \179 



Katie Sheehan 

Early Childhood Education 

Richard Sheehan 

Management Science 

Laurie Sherren 

Early Childhood Education 



Kary Shumway 

Management Science 

Jennifer Shute 

Psychology 

Gina Siggens 

Management Science 



Patricia Silk 

Management Science 

Sherrie Silveria 

Early Childhood Education 

Elisa Simonian 

Management Science 



Christine Smith 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Debra Smith 

Computer Science 

Jennifer Smith 

Mathematics 



Tracey Smith 

Management Science 

Jennifer Snelgrove 

Special Education 

Dennis Souza 

Physical Education 



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Victoria Souza 

Special Education 

Merry Spallino 

Psychology 

William Spence 

Management Science 



John Splendor 

Management Science 

Susan Sprague 

Social Work 

Patrick Spring 

Management Science 



Raymond St. Pierre 

Mathematics 

Stacey Brandon 

Social Work 

Michelle Staples 

Management Science 



Michael Stead 

Physics 

John Stevens 

Management Science 

Sandra Stiles 

Early Childhood Education 



Robert Stilwell 

Management Science 

David Sturgis 

Management Science 

Kathleen Sugrue 
Elementary Education 



SENIORS \181 



Brenda Sullivan 

Physical Education 

Carrie Sullivan 

Physical Education 

James Sullivan 

Art 



Paul Sullivan 

Management Science 

Susan Sullivan 

Physical Education 

Kathleen Sulmonte 

Management Science 



Rosanne Susi 

Management Science 

Douglas Sutherland 

Psychology 

Jeffrey Sutherland 

Art 



Shirley Sutherland 

History 

Naoe Suzuki 

Art 

Kristen Swain 

Early Childhood Education 



John Swartz 

Management Science 

Dominic Tarn 

Management Science 

Mary Tarn 
Early Childhood Education 




182 f SENIORS 




Stacey Tardiff 

English 

Melissa Tarzopoulos 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Kelley A. Taylor 

Management Science 



Marcy L. Taylor 

Special Education 

Brenda Telesetsky 

Management Science 

Cheryl Terrasi 

Art 



Theresa Thomas 

Communication Arts and Sciences 

Eric Thorson 

Aviation Science 

Sean Tiernan 

Physical Education 



Deirdre Tinlin 

Elementary Education 

Jennifer Tomaso 

Management Science 

Timothy Toolin 

Elementary Education 



Kelly Torosian 

Psychology 

Amy Trask 

Sociology 

Elizabeth Travassos 

Elementary Education 



SENIORS \183 



Joanne Travers 

Early Childhood Education 

Marie Travers 

Elementary Education 

Dauphne Trenholm 

Communication Arts and Sciences 



Jill Turati 

Social Work 

Stephen Turner 

Management Science 

Michael Tutin 

Physical Education 



Todd Tyer 

Management Science 

Efstathia Tzevelekou 

Psychology 

Leslie Varnerin 

Art 



Sherri Vaughn 

Elementary Education 

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Elementary Education 

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Philosophy 

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Ms. Cheryl Abbood 

63 Wildwood Ave. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Kelly Achin 

5 Taylor St. 

N. Attleboro, MA 02760 

Mr. Normand Achin 

36 Jefferson Street 

N. Attleboro, MA 02760 

Ms. Christine Adams 

P.O. Box 644 

Orleans, MA 02653 

Mr. David Adams 

319 W. Center St. 

W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 

Ms. Susan Adams 

83 Bradley St. 

Seekonk, MA 02771 

Ms. Maureen Ahearn 

303 Pleasant St. 

Milton, MA 02186 

Ms. Karen Aho 

40 Paddock Rd. 

Raynham, MA 02767 

Mr. Robert Aho 

30 Chapel St. 

Ashburnham, MA 01430 

Ms. Karen Aini 

275 Lake St. 

E. Weymouth, MA 02189 

Ms. Carrie Albert 

189 Plymouth St. 

Middleboro, MA 02346 

Ms. Maria Alessi 

8 Marion St. 

Randolph, MA 02368 

Ms. Diane Alexander 

P.O. Box 267 

Marion, MA 02738 

Mr. Glenn Alexander 

95 Sears Road 

S. Dennis, MA 02660 

Ms. Maria Alexander 

77 Pleasant St. 

Raynham, MA 02767 

Mr. Roger Alix Jr. 

83 Fisher St. 

N. Attleboro, MA 02760 

Mr. David Allen 

102 Florida Dr. 

Agawam, MA 01001 

Mr. Craig Almeida 

416 Highland Avenue 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 

Ms. Kathy Almeida 

30 St. James Ave. 

E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 

Ms. Kimberly Amber 

265 Crescent Street 

W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 

Mr. Walter Ambrose Jr. 

HIS. Washington St. 

Norton, MA 02766 

Ms. Barbara Anderson 

30 Union Street 

N. Easton, MA 02356 

Mr. Eric Anderson 

353 Hayward St. 

Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Ms. Kim Anderson 

410 N. Elm St. 

W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 

Ms. Michele Anderson 

6 Custer Street 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Darlene Andrade 
114 Grape St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 
Mr. Mauricio Andrade 
80 Purchase St. Apt. 1 
New Bedford, MA 02740 
Mr. Ronald Andre 
34 Claire Dr. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Gretchen Andresen 
123 Mt. Vernon Ave. 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Caitlin Andrews 
32 Whiting St. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Maria Antoniou 
280 Downey St. 
Westwood, MA 02090 
Ms. Dona Apple 
11 Pine Cone Drive 
Kingston, MA 02360 
Mr. Victor Araujo 
49 Brook St. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 



Ms. Susan Archambault 

816 Old Strawberry Hill Rd. 
Centerville, MA 02632 
Ms. Jane Ardolino 
299 First Parish Road 
Scituate, MA 02066 
Mr. James Ariagno 
12 Alderberry Rd. 
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 
Mr. Robert Armey 

I Candlewood Drive 
Sandwich, MA 02563 
Ms. Colleen Armour 
74 Summer St. 
Maynard, MA 01754 
Mr. Edward Armstrong 
219 Walker St. 

Lenox, MA 01240 
Ms. Beth Aronow 
194 Whistleberry Dr. 
Marstons Mill, MA 02648 
Ms. Lisa Arria 
4 Brown St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Frank Arricale 
7 Byron Rd. 
Waltham, MA 02154 
Mr. Robert Arrighi 
327 Broad St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Lisa Arruda 
51 S. 6th Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 
Ms. Suzanne Arruda 
425 Tremont St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Cari-Ann Arsenault 
1157 Globe St. 
Fall River, MA 02721 
Mr. Robert Arsenault 

10 Althea St. 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Ms. Sandra Arseneau 
64 Maple St. 
Gardner, MA 01440 
Mr. Peter Ashworth 
101 Park St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 
Mr. Scott Ashworth 
150 Alden Road 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 
Ms. Anna Asselin 
60 Groton St. 
Lawrence, MA 01843 
Mr. Peter Atherton 

II Woodbine Rd. 
Natick, MA 01760 

Mr. Michael Aumueller 
12 Iroquois Rd. 
Arlington, MA 02174 
Ms. Lisa Austin 
105 Forest Ave. Ext. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Cynthia Avila 
213 Rockland Street #3 
New Bedford, MA 02740 
Ms. Cheryl A villa 
475 Tower St. 
Fall River, MA 02721 
Mr. Frank Avilla 
31 South St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Andrea Ayer 
108 Taylor St. 
Quincy, MA 02170 
Ms. Carol Ayre 
40 Katydid Lane 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Ms. Diane Babcock 
55 Belcher Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Paul Babinski 
159 Whitford Circle 
Marshfield, MA 02050 
Ms. Angela Bailey 
45 N. Main St. 
Oakdale, MA 01539 
Ms. Carole Bailey 
216 Market St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Karen Bain 
149 Oakland Street 
Mansfield, MA 02048 
Ms. Karen Baird 

11 Southworth St. 
Lakeville, MA 02347 
Ms. Debra Baker 
346 Old Westport Rd. 
Dartmouth, MA 02747 



Mr. Garrett Baker 

19 Reid Terrace 
Swampscott, MA 01907 
Ms. Kerry Baker 
305 Salem St. V-212 
Woburn, MA 01801 
Ms. Tracey Baker 
39 Copeland St. #2 
W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 
Ms. Kristen Bakutis 
141 Brook Road 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Mr. Joseph Baldwin 
52 Cottage Ave. 
Winthrop, MA 02152 
Ms. Gina Balzotti 
4 Orange Street 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Mr. Michael Bambery 
27 Pine Street 
Foxboro, MA 02035 
Ms. Stella Banana 

15 Chandler Ave. #21 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Michelle Ban ville 
21 Long Meadow Dr. 
Ipswich, MA 01938 
Ms. Annette Baptists 
52 Plain Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Andrea Baratz 

78 Webster St. 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Mr. Shawn Barber 
P.O.B. 387 

Monument Beach, MA 
02553 

Ms. Sandra Barbosa 
2062 Acushnet Ave. 
New Bedford, MA 02745 
Ms. Kimberly Barlow 
P.O. Box 1152 
W. Falmouth, MA 02574 
Ms. Stefanie Barrett 
6 Douglas Ave. 
Burlington, MA 01803 
Mr. Jonathan Barron 
32 Homestead Ave. 
Marshfield, MA 02050 
Ms. Elizabeth Barton 
55 Clay Street 
Middleboro, MA 02346 
Mr. Joseph Basile 
581 Thompson St. 
Halifax, MA 02338 
Mr. Charles Bata 
13 Pantano St. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Marlene Batista 
161 West Water Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Kathleen Bauer 
87 Mulberry St. Apt. 1 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Melissa Baumann 
186 Hungerford St. 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Ms. Nancy Bays 
80 E. Grove St. Apt. 18 
Middleboro, MA 02346 
Ms. Tracy Bazegian 
50 Sunnybrook Rd. 
Springfield, MA 01119 
Ms. Amy Beardsley 
44 Russell Park 
Quincy, MA 02169 
Mr. Scott Beaupre 
500 Mendon Rd. Castle Pk. 
S. Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Susan Beer 
381 Seekell St. 
E. Taunton, MA 02718 
Ms. Nancy Beguerie 
100 Goddard St. 
Quincy, MA 02169 
Ms. Emily Belanger 
25 Willson St. 
Salem, MA 01970 
Mr. Joseph Bell 
214 Middle St. 
Weymouth, MA 02189 
Ms. Marilyn Bell 
61 Pleasant Hill Lane 
Hyannis, MA 02601 
Ms. Janet Bellefeuille 
61 Maple Street 
Plympton, MA 02367 
Mr. Todd Bello 

16 David Road 



Randolph, MA 02368 
Ms. Kathleen Benjamin 
142 Woodsbury Road 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Ms. Colleen Benoit 
213 Chicago St. 
Fall River, MA 02721 
Mr. David Benvissuto 
267 North St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Nicole Berche 

4 Winfield St. 

E. Freetown, MA 02717 
Ms. Carolyn Berry 

33 Fencourt Rd. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Mr. Brandt Bersani 
689 Main Street 

E. Falmouth, MA 02536 
Ms. Elizabeth Bessette 
230 Gifford Ave. 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Sharon Bettencourt. 
74 Cherry St. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Kathleen Beveridge 

19 Audreys Ln. 
Marstons Mill, MA 02648 
Ms. Maryann Biedak 

35 Hopewell St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Kerriann Bigelow 
50 Pleasant St. 
Middleborough, MA 02346 
Ms. Debra Bill 
17 Sterling Dr. 
Dover, MA 02030 
Ms. Brenda Bingham 

5 Ramsay Road 
Marblehead, MA 01945 
Mr. Christopher Bingham 

20 Howard St. 
Wakefield, MA 01880 
Ms. Deborah Bird 
60 Disamar Rd. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. Brian Bishop 

63 Foster St. 
Littleton, MA 01460 
Ms. Maureen Bissett 
9 Custer Street 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Paul Bixby 

34 Riverside Dr. 
Northampton, MA 01060 
Ms. Gretchen Bjork 

17 Walker St. 
Norton, MA 02766 
Mr. William Blackmore 
99 Westwood Dr. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Ms. Wendy Blackwell 
308 Highland St. 
S. Hamilton, MA 01982 
Ms. Darlene Blanchard 
19 Langford Rd. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Jill Blanchard 
38 West St. 
Kingston, MA 02364 
Ms. Darlene Blanchette 
118 Norman Street 
New Bedford, MA 02744 
Ms. Jean Blanco 
P.O. Box 1319 
N. Eastham, MA 02651 
Mr. Matthew Bohan 
205 North Mill St. 
HoUiston, MA 01746 
Mr. Jeffrey Bohn 
60 Taxiera Road 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. Scott Boisjolie 
236 Pleasant St. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Mr. Darryl Bolduc 
11 Palmer Rd. 
Pepperell, MA 01463 
Ms. Diane Bonaparte 
979 Falmouth Rd. A6 
Hyannis, MA 02601 
Ms. Christine Bonnell 
19 Holden Rd. 
Sterling, MA 01564 
Mr. Kevin Borgeson 
P.O. Box 1385 
Duxbury, MA 02331 
Ms. Christen Bortolussi 
3 Norfolk Lane 



Walpole, MA 02081 
Mr. Antonio Botelho 
79 Wedgewood Dr. 
Norwood, MA 02062 
Mr. Daniel Boucher 
60 Keith PI. 

E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 
Ms. Lisa Boucher 
210 Pleasant St. 
Millis, MA 02054 
Mr. Thomas Boucher 
237 Summer St. 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Ms. Stacey Boudrot 

2 Cobb Ave. 

Yarmouthport, MA 02675 
Ms. Laura Boulay 

8 Eden Terrace 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Susan Bouldry 
47 Folsom Ave. 
E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 
Mr. George Bourguignon 
78 Jarvis Cir. 
Needham, MA 02192 
Mr. George Bova 
68 Harrison Ave. 
Peabody, MA 01960 
Ms. Susan Boyd 
237 South St. 
Foxborough, MA 02035 
Ms. Kathleen Brady 
P.O. Box 614 
Carver, MA 02330 
Mr. Joseph Braganca 
169 Power St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Stacey Brandon 
74 Hollingsworth St. 
Mattapan, MA 02126 
Mr. David Brazil Jr. 
365 Forest St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Rachel Bremilst 
82 North St. 
Norfolk, MA 02056 
Ms. Charlene Brezinski 

I Highland St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Carolyn Brideau 
Box 9 25 Fairfield Pk. 
Mansfield, MA 02048 
Ms. Lisha Brightman 

3 Tanglewood Dr. 

E. Freetown, MA 02717 
Ms. Kelly Brine 
20 Blue Hill Avenue 
Milton, MA 02186 
Ms. Shannon Brinnon 
118 Anita Dr. 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Mr. Glenn Broadley 
432 Scraggy Neck Road 
Cataumet, MA 02534 
Ms. Ellen Brodsky 
50 Turner Road 
E. Falmouth, MA 02536 
Ms. Cynthia Broomhead 

II Sassamon Dr. 
Assonet, MA 02702 
Ms. Stephanie Brothers 
154 Highland Ave. 

S. Attleboro, MA 02703 

Ms. Angela Brown 

112 Brookdale Ave. 

Kingston, MA 02364 

Ms. Betty Brown 

123 Rosewood Drive Unit 3- 

R 

Gardner, MA 01440 

Mr. David Brown 

8 Association Ave. 

Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Ms. Jessica Brown 

929 Maple St. 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Ms. Stacey Brown 

131 Capper Dr. 

Canton, MA 02021 

Ms. Erin Browne 

30 Schofield Rd. 

Cohasset, MA 02025 

Ms. Joanne Bruneau 

167 Thurston St. 

Wrentham, MA 02093 

Mr. Jeffrey Bruno 

53 Channing Rd. 

Belmont, MA 02178 

Ms. Joan Bruno 



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3 Black Pine Rd. 
Medfield, MA 02052 
Mr. Robert Bry 
10 Ellen Rd. 
Woburn, MA 01801 
Ms. Donna Bryant 
528 Wilmarth Street 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Karen Bryant 
107 S. Washington St. 
Norton, MA 02766 
Mr. Brian Buckley 
279 Boylston Street 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Jacqueline Buckley 
455 Webster St. 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Mr. Kevin Buckley 
51 Tupelo Drive 
Harwich, MA 02645 
Mr. Michael Buckley 
657 Plymouth Street, P.O.B. 
Middleboro, MA 02346 
Ms. Regina Buckley 
718 W. Main St. 
Avon, MA 02322 
Mr. Todd Buckley 
234 Mount Hope Street 
N. Attleboro, MA 02760 
Ms. Kimberley Bulger 
10 Oxford St. 
Lexington, MA 02173 
Mr. Scott Bullard 
53 Bennett St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. Paul Bulman 
19 Pratt Road 
Scituate, MA 02066 
Mr. Erik Bumbulis 
220 Iceland Drive 
S. Huntington, NY 11746 
Ms. Christine Bunker 
195 Cedar St. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Ms. Noreen Burchell 
P.O. Box 473 
Osterville, MA 02655 
Ms. Gail Burke 
19 Shepard Road 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Mr. Gerard Burke 
94 Randolph Terr. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Mr. Jeffrey Burke 
P.O. Box 152 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Ms. Nancy Burke 
7 Meadow Lane Apt. 1 1 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Patricia Burke 
73 Carey Cir. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. Paul Burke 
15 Fremont Ct. 
Arlington, MA 02174 
Ms. Patricia Burns 
37 Huntington Road 
Milton, MA 02186 
Ms. Phyllis Burnside 
84 Bradford Ave. #3 
Fall River, MA 02724 
Ms. Barbara Burrows 
525 Thurston St. 
Wrenthamd, MA 02093 
Mr. Arthur Butters 
122 Standish Ave. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Mr. Thomas Byrne Sr. 
517 Cambridge Street 
Fall River, MA 02721 
Ms. Adele Cain 
320 Leonard St. 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Ms. Julie Caldarola 
77 Division St. 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Mr. Eric Caldwell 
30 Cairo Circle 
Scituate, MA 02066 
Ms. Corinne Callahan 
92 Old Pine Dr. 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Ms. Mary Callahan 
151 Dwight Rd. 
Marshfield, MA 02050 
Ms. Sheila Callahan 
21 Ocean Avenue 
Halifax, MA 02338 
Mr. Christopher Calos 
63 Thacher St. 
Milton, MA 02186 
Mr. Carlos Camargo 
941 Hyde Park Ave. 
Hyde Park, MA 02131 
Ms. Dawn Cambra 
18 Floral St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Cara Cameron 
1151 High St. 
Westwood, MA 02090 



Ms. Michelle Campbell 

73 Ardsley Cir. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Mary Canavan 
8 Altair Ave. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Colleen Canepa 
1455 Old Pleasant St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Jill Cantwell 

15 Bowker St. 
Walpole, MA 02081 
Ms. Jaclyn Capavella 
483 Pond St. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Mr. Anthony Capozzi 
58 Robert Post Road 

S. Weymouth, MA 02190 
Ms. Dawnmarie Caputo 
40 Countryside Rd. 
N. Grafton, MA 01536 
Ms. Lisa Cardinal 
68 Juniper Lane 
Pembroke, MA 02359 
Mr. David Cardoza 
112 Winter 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Teresa Caristi 

16 Gould Rd. 
Bedford, MA 01730 
Mr. Richard Carleton 
29 Fraser Road 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Ms. Kristen Carlson 
210 Wilmarth St. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Mr. Joseph Carnabuci 
14 High Street 
Middleboro, MA 02346 
Mr. Robert Carnes III 
40 Old Coach Rd. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Mr. John Carr 

42 Old Carriage Ln. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Mr. Robert Carroll 
161 Winter St. #19 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Ms. Nancy Carson 
49 Saxton St. 
Dorchester, MA 02125 
Ms. Dianne Carter 
57 Carroll Ave. 
Westwood, MA 02090 
Mr. Gregory Carty 
289 Ames Street 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Ana Carvalhana 
280 Mccabe St. 
N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 
Ms. Lynne Casavant 
P.O. Box 46 
Wrentham, MA 02093 
Ms. Charlene Casey 
28 Cox Lane 
Methuen, MA 01844 
Mr. John Cassiani 
223 Alger St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Mr. Geoffrey Catania 
28 Burlington St. 
Woburn, MA 01801 
Ms. Deborah Cauley 
165 Carl Ave. Apt. 42c 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Mr. Kevin Caulfield 
11 Calumet St. 
Peabody, MA 01960 
Mr. Thomas Caulfield 
2082 Dorchester Avenue 
Dorchester, MA 02124 
Ms. Jill Cavallaro 
P.O. Box 2963 30 Woodbine 
Con. 

Fall River, MA 02720 
Ms. Mary Cawley 
7 Hillcrest St. 
West Roxbury, MA 02132 
Ms. Barbara Cecere 
31 Wilbur St. 
Norton, MA 02766 
Mr. Eric Cedrone 
95 Laurie Lane 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Claudia Cellucci 
975 Hanover St. 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Ms. Robyn Ceriani 
25 Tara Drive 
Pembroke, MA 02359 
Ms. Dorothy Cesario 
60 Otter Rock Road 
Duxbury, MA 02332 
Ms. Elena Ceurvels 
86 Maplewood Drive 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Ms. Darcy Chadwick 
P.O. Box 234 
S. Dartmouth, MA 02748 
Mr. Keith Chagaris 
36 Allan Rd. 



Westwood, MA 02090 

Ms. Mary Chappell 

1554 Central Street 

E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 

Mr. Matthew Chappelle 

77 Budd Avenue 

Brockton, MA 02402 

Mr. Robert Charters 

Teel Rd. 

Winchendon, MA 01475 

Ms. Diane Chase 

Box 1242 256 Circuit St. 

Hanover, MA 02339 

Ms. Kelly Chase 

6 Nashawena Rd. 
Mattapoisett, MA 02739 
Ms. Sharon Chase 

7 Worcester PI. 
Holbrook, MA 02343 
Ms. Vicki Chaski 
RFD 1 Box 255 A 
Henniker, NH 03242 
Ms. Margaret Chianese 
R.F.D. 2 

VineyardHaven, MA 02568 
Ms. Linda Child 

73 Cocasset St. 
Foxborough, MA 02035 
Ms. Nancy Chisholm 
21 Walnut Ave. 
Norwood, MA 02062 
Mr. John Chojnowski 

6 Comauba St. 
Roslindale, MA 02131 
Mr. Jeff Chretien 
107 Hetherington Dr. 
Swansea, MA 02777 
Ms. Cynthia Ciavattieri 
39 Beals St. 

Weymouth, MA 02189 
Ms. Sarah Ciccolo 

7 Fort Hill St. 
Hingham, MA 02043 
Ms. Janet Cichon 
349 Bark Street 
Swansea, MA 02777 
Mr. Sean Clancey 

8 Irving St. 
Peabody, MA 01960 
Ms. Cathleen Clark 
17 S. Main St. 
Winthrop, MA 02152 
Ms. Hilary Clark 

20 Rack Road 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 
Ms. Megan Clark 
20 Rack Rd. 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 
Ms. Gail Clergy 
52 Glen Street 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Mr. Daniel Clifford 
724 Neponset St. 
Norwood, MA 02062 
Ms. Kerryann Clifford 
34 Bulow Rd. 
Hingham, MA 02043 
Ms. Lisa Clisbee 
17 Elderberry Dr. 
N. Easton, Ma 02356 
Ms. Anne-Marie Cloutier 
761 Cilley Rd. 
Manchester, NH 03103 
Ms. Kathleen Cockshaw 
466 Essex St. 
Weymouth, MA 02188 
Mr. Antonio Coelho 
914 Plymouth Street 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Ilda Coelho 
914 Plymouth St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Marguerite Coggeshall 
34 Morton Rd. 
E. Freetown, MA 02717 
Ms. Heidi Colbeth 
190 Warren Street 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Mr. David Colby 

74 Granite St. 
Medfield, MA 02052 
Ms. Janet Cole 

100 Cedar Ln. 

Halifax, MA 02338 

Ms. Lisa Coletti 

27 Revere St. 

Holbrook, MA 02343 

Mr. Donald Collett 

15 Mello Street 

E. Falmouth, MA 02536 

Ms. Deborah Collingwood 

118 Dean Street 

Seekonk, MA 02771 

Mr. James Collins 

65 Surrey Ln. 

Hanson, MA 02341 

Ms. Jennifer Collins 

334 N. Hillside Road 

S. Deerfield, MA 01373 

Mr. Randy Collins 



149 Cummins Hwy. 
Roslindale, MA 02131 
Ms. Kimberly Colotta 
57 Karen Ln. 
Abington, MA 02351 
Ms. Michelle Comeau 
Box 1999 #1 Peacock PI. 
Quogue, NY 11959 
Mr. Christopher Condon 
55 Elm Street 
Quincy, MA 02169 
Ms. Jennifer Condon 
12 Newcastle Rd. 
Belmont, MA 02178 
Ms. Mary Conley 

11 EdgeworthRd. 
Quincy, MA 02171 
Ms. Marion Conlin 
235 Powell St. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Ms. Lynne Conlon 
117 Hart St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Janine Connell 
36 Whitney Rd. 
Quincy, MA 02169 
Ms. Marie Connelly 
42 Brewster Rd. 

W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 
Ms. Marie Conner 
17 Berwick Rd. 
S. Easton, MA 02375 
Mr. Michael Connery 
1295 Old Worcester Rd. 
Framingham, MA 01701 
Ms. Mary Connolly 
45 Winter St. 

E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 
Mr. Michael Connolly 
42 Lonsdale St. 
Dorchester, MA 02124 
Mr. Michael Connolly 
40 Hampden St. 
Swampscott, MA 01907 
Mr. Sean Connor 
192 Spring St. 
Medford, MA 02155 
Mr. Thomas Connors 
45 Wright St. 
Weymouth, MA 02190 
Ms. Jeanne Conover 
23 Jaye Street 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Kimberly Conrad 
21 Berkeley Rd. 
Framingham, MA 01701 
Ms. Katherine Contacos 
Cutler Road 

W. Brookfield, MA 01585 
Mr. Sean Conway 
71 Grovers Ave. 
Winthrop, MA 02152 
Ms. Kimberley Cook 
380 Sterling Rd. 
Jefferson, MA 01522 
Ms. Maria Cook 
15 Millwood Cir. 
Norwell, MA 02061 
Ms. Audrey Cooke 
34 May St. 

Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 
Ms. Helen Correia 

14 Grinnell St. 

Fall River, MA 02721 
Ms. Kerrin Corrigan 
7 Oak Knoll 

N. Attleboro, MA 02760 
Mr. Dominic Costa 
1735 Beacon St. 
Newton, MA 02168 
Ms. Peggy Costa 

15 Dean Street 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 
Mr. James Costello 
59 Lonsdale St. 
Dorchester, MA 02124 
Mr. Michael Costello 
3 Hillside Avenue 
Grafton, MA 01519 
Ms. Joanne Cote 
10 Park Avenue 
Acushnet, MA 02743 
Ms. Leslie Cotter 

12 Hartwell Dr. 
Foxboro, MA 02035 
Mr. Edward Coughlin 
312 Oak St. 
Norton, MA 02766 
Mr. Joseph Coughlin 
672 Nichols Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 
Mr. Paul Cournoyer 
203 Hayden Rowe 
Hopkinton, MA 01748 
Ms. Suzanne Cournoyer 
203 Hayden Rowe 
Hopkinton, MA 01748 
Ms. Karen Courtney 
135 Dale St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 



Ms. Susan Couto 

33 Lark St. 

New Bedford, MA 02745 
Mr. Michael Cox 
1410 Vernon St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Christopher Coyne 

30 Trinity St. 

Dan vers, MA 01923 
Ms. Clare Coyne 
45 Clearwater Dr. 
Dorchester, MA 02126 
Ms. Nancy Cozzie 
837 Tradewind Street 
N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 
Ms. Tammy Cozzone 
Box 146 15 Old Main St. 
Carver, MA 02330 
Ms. Gayle Cragin 
19 Richard Rd. 
Hingham, MA 02043 
Ms. Kelli Craig 
276 Pleasant St. 
E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 
Ms. Kristen Crawford 
332 Plain St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Laurie Crean 
45 S. Main St. 
W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 
Ms. Mellissa Crespi 
P.O. Box 919 
Pocasset, MA 02559 
Ms. Christine Cricco 
144 School St. 
West Dennis, MA 02670 
Mr. Scott Crocker 
P.O. Box 103 
W. Falmouth, MA 02574 
Ms. Kathi Cronin 
15 Hemlock Dr. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Ms. Theresa Crosby 
6 Bruce Rd. 
Danvers, MA 01923 
Ms. Christine Crossman 
200 Carl Road 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Mr. Richard Crossman 
38 Fairview St. 
Wintrop, MA 02152 
Ms. Amy Crowell 
72 Boylston St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Christopher Crowley 
388 Franklin St. 
Reading, MA 01867 
Ms. Erin Crowley 
55 Legge Street 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Matthew Crowley 
52 Woodland St. 
Newburyport, MA 01950 
Mr. Michael Cruthird 
391 Salem Street 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Mr. Dennis Cruz Jr. 
412 East St. 

W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 
Ms. Maria Cruz 
35 Conant St. 
Fall River, MA 02724 
Ms. Stella Cullinan 
40 Webster St. Rfd #3 
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 
Ms. Ellen Cummings 
1315 Rebecca Rd. 
N. Dighton, MA 02764 
Mr. Jill Cummings 
65 Yorkshire Drive 
Cheshire, MA 01225 
Mr. Daniel Cunningham 
37 Dartmouth Rd. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Mr. Thomas Curran 

31 Alden St. 
Foxborough, MA 02035 
Ms. Margaret Currie 
18 Pine Street 
Berkley, MA 02779 
Mr. Michael Curtin 
54 Standish Avenue 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Mr. Dana Cutter 

28 Wilmont St. 

Chicopee, MA 01013 

Mr. Gary Cyr 

21 Russell St. 

Taunton, MA 02780 

Ms. Michelle Cyr 

2409 Franklin Crossing Rd. 

Fall River, MA 02038 

Ms. Rose Dacunha 

78 Grinnell St. 

Fall River, MA 02721 

Ms. Kathleen Dalton 

P.O. Box 545 

N. Falmouth, MA 02556 

Ms. Lisa Daluz 

25 Pleasant Hill Ln. 

Hyannis, MA 02601 









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Mr. Richard Damon 

80 Crescent 

W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 

Ms. Kristen Darling 

1040 Mt. Hope St. 

N. Attleboro, MA 02760 

Ms. Laura Darmody 

22 Glendale St. 

Brockton, MA 02402 

Ms. Laura Dasilva 

1641 Washington St. 

E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 

Mr. Scott Davignon 

82 Pilgrim Ave. 

Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Ms. Alison Davis 

115 Clearwater Drive 
Duxbury, MA 02332 
Ms. Anne Davis 

12 Elizabeth Ln. 

S. Weymouth, MA 02190 

Ms. Chaela Davis 

80 Winter St. 

Hyannls, MA 02601 

Ms. Sheila Dawson 

258 Hyde St. 

Fall River, MA 02720 

Ms. Kathy Day 

107 Green Tree Ln. 

Somers, CT 06071 

Ms. Raquel DeCoste 

State Road 

Plymouth, MA 02360 

Ms. Jennifer DeLorme 

62 Hayway Road 

E. Falmouth, MA 02536 

Ms. Danah DeMartin 

c/o Zimmerman — 82 

Kennedy Cir. 

S. Easton, MA 02375 

Ms. Kathryn DeVries 

145 Peterson Path 

Marshfield, MA 02050 

Ms. Gracieta Deabreu 

182 High St. 

Pawtucket, RI 02860 

Mr. Steven Dean 

18 Black Cat Rd. 

Plymouth, MA 02360 

Ms. Julie Deane 

Box 105 

White Horse B., MA 02381 

Ms. Melissa Decosta 

22 Cottage St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Ms. Michelle Decoste 

77 Charles St. 

Abington, MA 02351 

Ms. Lucy Defrias 

59 Anthony St. 

Acushnet, MA 02743 

Ms. Tarnya Degrace 

27 Thatcher St. 

Brockton, MA 02402 

Mr. Dominique Delalot 

21 Stuyvesant Oval 9h 

New York, NY 10009 

Ms. Nancy Delaney 

11 Styles Dr. 
Peabody, MA 01960 
Mr. Paul Delaney 
305 Central St. 

S. Weymouth, MA 02190 
Ms. Kelly Delgreco 

12 Suffolk St. 
Whitman, MA 02382 

Mr. Christopher Demaggio 

3 Willow Circle 

Hingham, MA 02043 

Ms. Elizabeth Demedeiros 

120 Harwich St. 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Mr. Craig Demello 

20 Randall Rd. 

Mattapoisett, MA 02739 

Mr. Henry Demello 

40 Mary Lou Ave. 

Westport, MA 02790 

Ms. Lori Demers 

800 Gardners Neck Road 

Swansea, MA 02777 

Ms. Diane Demoranville 

P.O. Box 2141 

Taunton, MA 02780 

Ms. Mary Deroche 

1 1 Highland Ave. 

Wakefield, MA 01880 

Mr. Eric Desatnick 

116 Norwood St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Eric Desjourdy 

13 Susan Pkwy. 
Uxbridge, MA 01569 
Ms. Barbara DiMartino 
38 Haskell Rd. 
Pepperell, MA 01463 
Ms. Dina Diamondis 
11 Rutgers Rd. 
Andover, MA 01810 
Ms. Joann Dickey 

426 Freemans Way 



Brewster, MA 02631 
Ms. Brenda Dillon 
21 Cliff Drive 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Renee Dio 
165 Swifts Beach Rd. 
Wareham, MA 02571 
Mr. Stephen Dion 
869 Orchard St. 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Mr. Michael Dockery 
51 Ballou Ave. 
Boston, MA 02124 
Ms. Priscilla Dodd 
38 Nottingham Drive 
Kingston, MA 02364 
Mr. Charles Doherty 

45 Dix Rd. Ext. 
Woburn, MA 01801 
Ms. Elizabeth Doherty 
122 Middlesex St. 
Millis, MA 02054 

Mr. Richard Doherty Jr. 
54 Notredame Rd. 
Bedford, MA 01730 
Ms. Diane Dolge 

21 Pheasant HI. Rd. 
Franklin, MA 02038 
Mr. Timothy Donegan 
89 Ft. Point Rd. 

N. Weymouth, MA 02191 
Ms. Karen Doniger 
40 Hayward St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Paul Donnelly 
P.O. Box 25 
Middlefield, MA 01243 
Ms. Jane Donovan 
62 Francine Rd. 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Ms. Dianna Dooley 
224 N. Main St. 7 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Mr. Francis Doran 
16 Washington Street 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Kathleen Doren 
259 Highland St. 
E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 
Ms. Theresa Dorsey 
19 Moulton St. 
Middleboro, MA 02346 
Ms. Nancy Dourian 
Rural Box 198 
Edgartown, MA 02539 
Mr. Joseph Doyle 
54 West St. 
Elmwood, MA 02337 
Ms. Karen Drake 
116 E. Tall Oaks Dr. 
Weymouth, MA 02190 
Ms. Susan Drew 
10 Cherrystone Road 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 
Ms. Doreen Duarte 
37 Bush Street 
Fall River, MA 02724 
Ms. Michelle Dubord 
344 Elm Street 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. George Ducasse IV 
1 Black Horse Ln. 
Hingham, MA 02043 
Ms. Judith Duffy 

46 Rickard St. 
Carver, MA 02330 
Mr. Paul Dufresne Jr. 
356 County St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 
Ms. Gail Dunnigan 
70 Carter Rd. 
Lynn, MA 01904 
Ms. Cheryl Duquette 
318 Anthony St. 
Fall River, MA 02721 
Ms. Jacqueline Duval 
151 Merrimac Street 
New Bedford, MA 02740 
Mr. Hugh Dwyer 
1053 Tremont St. 
N. Dighton, MA 02764 
Ms. Patricia Dzialo 
2001 Meridian Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 
Ms. Elizabeth Eaton 
75 Stagecoach Road 
Duxbury, MA 02332 
Ms. Janine Eaton 
104 Hogg Memorial Dr. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Ms. Susan Eaves 
544 South St. 
Holbrook, MA 02343 
Mr. Douglas Eckelkamp 
8 Algonquin Rd. 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 
Mr. Brendan Eddy 

22 Webster St. Apt. 3 
Middleborough, MA 02346 
Mr. Nicholas Edlund 



P.O. Box 455 
Bryantville, MA 02327 
Ms. Nancy Edmonds 
19 Sixth Avenue 
Quincy, MA 02169 
Ms. Bridget Egan 

4 Parkhurst Dr. 
Lakeville, MA 02346 
Ms. Heidi Eklund 

14 Simeon Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Lynn Elbery 
P.O. Box 413 
Scituate, MA 02066 
Mr. Mohamed Elkadry 
126 Essex Heights 
Weymouth, MA 02188 
Ms. Christine Elliott 
82 Eileen St. 

Yarmouthport, MA 02675 
Ms. Sharon Ellis 

26 Faxon St. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Ms. Amy Emerson 
274 E. Foxboro St. 
Sharon, MA 02067 
Mr. David Emmons 
115 Union St. 
Holbrook, MA 02343 
Ms. Mary Engstrom 
141 Central St. 
Foxborough, MA 02035 
Mr. Gary Erikson 
47 Osceola Ave. 
Worcester, MA 01606 
Ms. Jennifer Fabello 

5 Woronoco Ave. 
Westfield, MA 01085 
Mr. Stuart Fagan 

6 Pine Knoll Rd. 
Franklin, MA 02038 
Ms. Kathleen Faghan 
105 Cedarwood Rd. 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Mr. Mark Fairbanks 
10 Baldwin St. 
Peabody, MA 01960 
Ms. Sharyn Falkoff 
945 Summer St. 
Lynnfield, MA 01940 
Mr. Scott Faria 

77 Purchase St. 

S. Easton, MA 02375 

Mr. Brian Farley 

P.O. Box 55 

Dalton, MA 01226 

Ms. Marie Farrar 

12 Kimball Terr. 

Newton, MA 02160 

Mr. William Farrell 

42 Camel Street 

Fairhaven, MA 02719 

Ms. Sheila Fay 

22 Dacia Dr. 

S. Weymouth, MA 02190 

Mr. Sean Feeny 

112NobadeerRd. 

Centerville, MA 

Mr. Scott Feffer 

34 Sable Rd. 

Salem, MA 01970 

Mr. Michael Fennimore 

163CandiaSt. 

E. Weymouth, MA 02189 

Mr. Daniel Fenton 

100 Stoneybrook Rd. 

Raynham, MA 02767 

Ms. Marie Ferioli 

24 Colonial Post Dr. 

Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Mr. Brian Fernandes 

70 Allardice Rd. 

Somerset, MA 02726 

Ms. Jill Fernandes 

P.O. Box 50415 

New Bedford, MA 02745 

Ms. Tina Fernandes 

253 Baker Road 

Swansea, MA 02777 

Ms. Melissa Ferrari 

21 Bennett Dr. 

Stoughton, MA 02072 

Ms. Marie Ficociello 

138 Lakehurst Ave. 

E. Weymouth, MA 02189 

Ms. Kelly Finnegan 

15 Zenas Rd. 
Holbrook, MA 02343 
Ms. Lorri Finnegan 
12 Filmore St. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Melanie Fisher 
21 Holiday Road 
Holbrook, MA 02343 
Ms. Lori Fitts 
17FoxhillRoad 
Foxboro, MA 02035 
Ms. Carolyn Fitzgerald 
219 Summer St. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 



Ms. Paula Fitzgerald 

57 Blanchard Blvd. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Anne Flaherty 
291 Pitchers Way 
Hyannis, MA 02601 
Mr. Sean Flaherty 
104 Norton Ave. #15 
S. Easton, MA 02375 
Ms. Ann-Marie Flanagan 

31 Shoreham St. 

N Quincy, MA 02171 
Mr. David Flannery 
5 Price St. 

Hopkinton, MA 01748 
Ms. Colleen Fleming 
68 North Street 
Middleborough, MA 02346 
Ms. Stacey Fleming 
P.O. Box 217 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Mr. Stephen Flemmi 
50 Marshall 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Jennifer Flynn 
125 Grant St. 
N. Attleboro, MA 02760 
Ms. Karyn Flynn 
34 Emmett Ave. 
Dedham, MA 02026 
Ms. Maureen Flynn 

61 Woodlawn Circle 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Ms. Veronica Flynn 
7 Woodworth Ln. 
Scituate, MA 02066 
Ms. Renee Fogarty 
11 Vincent Road 
Lynn, MA 01904 
Ms. Donna Fogel 
360 Park St. 

N. Reading, MA 01864 
Ms. Laura Fogg 
83 Pinehill Cir. 
Waltham, MA 02154 
Mr. Joseph Foglietta 
56 Orchard St. 
Lynn, MA 01905 
Ms. Colleen Foley 
30 Louds Court 
Abington, MA 02351 
Ms. Karen Foley 
80 Graham St. 
Quincy, MA 02169 
Ms. Michelle Foley 

62 Woodsbury Rd. 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Mr. Antonio Fonseca 
88 Bartlett St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Jodi Pontes 

249 School St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Stacey Forgeron 
28 Provost St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Linda Forman 
840 County St. Unit C-222 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. Mark Fomaciari 
107 Standish Avenue 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Lisa Forte 
27 Stoneleigh Rd. 
Watertown, MA 02172 
Ms. Deborah Fortes 
5 Cedarwood Ln. 
Burlington, MA 01803 
Ms. Lynne Fortier 

4 Commonwealth Ave. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Mr. Christopher Foster 
136 Adams St. 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 
Ms. Diane Fowler 

263 Bedford St. 
Lakeville, MA 02347 
Mr. Dennis Frankio 
184 Straightway 
Hyannis, MA 02601 
Mr. Jonathan Frattasio 

32 Woodland Dr. 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Mr. Sean Frazier 
54 Bradford Rd. 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Ms. Susan Fregeau 

5 Brookfield Rd. 
Franklin, MA 02038 
Ms. Melissa Freiday 
P.O. Box 893 
Lakeville, MA 02347 
Ms. Christine Freitas 
44 Norman St. 

Fall River, MA 02721 
Ms. Renee Freitas 
4 Riverview Ave. 
Kingston, MA 02364 
Ms. Marylou Frey 
1321 Sassaquin Ave. 
New Bedford, MA 02745 



Ms. Judith Fritz 

372 Diane Cir. 
Abington, MA 02351 
Mr. Victor Froio Jr. 
103A Pickens St. 
Lakeville, MA 02347 
Mr. Eric Frost 
29 Page Ave. 
Walpole, MA 02081 
Ms. Jacqueline Fuce 

284 Old Centre Street 
Middleborough, MA 02346 
Ms. Jean Fuller 

24 Merritt St. 

W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 
Ms. Carla Furtado 
84 Center St. 
Carver, MA 02330 
Ms. Susan Furtado 
97 Midwood Dr. 
Swansea, MA 02777 
Mr. Ryutaro Furuhashi 
45 Bourne St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Melina Gadless 
114 Prospect Street 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. James Gagne Jr. 
354 Brookline Street 
Needham, MA 02192 
Mr. Scott Gagnon 
49 Van Buren 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. Paul Gaines Jr. 
227 Eustis Ave. 
Newport, RI 02840 
Mr. Walter Galanek 
28 Mattapoisett Road 
Acushnet, MA 02743 
Ms. Gina Galego 
10 School St. 
Lakeville, MA 02347 
Mr. Christopher Gallagher 
36 Apple Tree Ln. 
Dalton, MA 01226 
Ms. Mollie Gallagher 
1703 Signature Place 
Wilmington, NC 28403 
Ms. Therese Gallant 
202 Plain St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Patricia Gannon 
44 Bradley Rd. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Olivia Garcia 
90 Pearl Street 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Ms. Jennifer Garofalo 
5 Southworth St. 
Lakeville, MA 02347 
Mr. F. Gaskins Jr. 
101 Country Club Lane 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. William Gassett 
14 Denault Dr. 
Wilmington, MA 01887 
Mr. John Gately Jr. 

285 Beale St. 
Quincy, MA 02170 
Ms. Kerry Gearin 
132 E. Elm Ave. 
Quincy, MA 02170 
Ms. Michelle Geary 
289 Belair St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Nancy Gedraitis 
86 North St. 

Middleborough, MA 02346 
Ms. Anne Generazzo 

414 N. Main St. 
Sharon, MA 02067 
Mr. Jon Geniuch 
49 South Elm Street 
W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 
Ms. Sandra Gentile 
57 Adams St. 
Newtonville, MA 02160 
Mr. Pierre Germain 
75 Boundary Cir. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Rhonda Gerraughty 
561 Turnpike Street 
S. Easton, MA 02375 
Ms. Susan Giannopolo 
57 Sadler Ave. 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Ms. Nancy Giardino 
7 Finch Lane 
W. Yarmouth, MA 02673 
Mr. Eric Gibson 
P.O. Box 346 
Edgartown, MA 02539 
Ms. Erica Gilberg 
5 Plane Street 
Worcester, MA 01604 
Ms. Ann Gilbert 
20 Elm Avenue 
Hull, MA 02045 
Ms. Lori Gilbert 
73 Slab Bridge Rd. 
Assonet, MA 02702 



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Mr. Kevin Gildea 
54c Robert Ford Rd. 
Watertown, MA 02172 
Ms. Kathy Gilman 
129 Sandy Beach Rd. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Lisa Gilman 
207 Randolph St. 
S. Weymouth, MA 02190 
Mr. David Gizzarelli 
701 Massapoag Ave. 
Sharon, MA 02067 
Ms. Shelley Glassman 
919 N. Main St. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Mr. Michael Gliniewicz 
63 Park Ave. 

E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 
Ms. Rachel Glinski 
289 Ferry St. 
Marshfield, MA 02050 
Mr. Robert Gobeil 
P.O. Box 96 Pierce Rd. 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Ms. Janice Goddard 
P.O. Box 409 
Mansfield, MA 02048 
Mr. Kenneth Goldberg 
48MoreauSt. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. Chad Goldman 
614 Chatham West 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Lauren Goldman 
6 Janet Street 
Norton, MA 02766 
Ms. Rita Goldman 
6 Brown Street 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Mr. Patrick Goldstone 
688 Bay Road 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. Fredric Golembewski 
86 High Street 
N. Attleboro, MA 02760 
Ms. Debra Golob 

46 Beebe Rd. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Marilyn Gomes 
P.O. Box 334 

N. Easton, MA 02356 
Mr. Glenn Gonsalves 
50 Summer P.O. Box 626 
VineyardHaven, MA 02568 
Ms. Julia Gonsalves 
18 Phyllis Road 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Mr. Darin Goodwin 
17Quincy St. 
Quincy, MA 02169 
Ms. Cara Gordon 
25 Trinity Ave. 
Grafton, MA 01519 
Ms. Jean Gorecki 
118 Manchonis Road 
Wilbraham, MA 01095 
Ms. Michelle Gori 
554 Walnut St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Diane Gosselin 
31 Alenclair Dr. 
Amesbury, MA 01913 
Mr. William Gould Jr. 
8 Holly Ridge Dr. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Mr. David Goulder 

47 Avery St. 

N. Attleboro, MA 02760 

Mr. Gregory Goyette 

63 Garfield St. 

Quincy, MA 02169 

Ms. Margaret Graden 

61 Wilder Road 

Norwell, MA 02061 

Ms. Kim Grande 

1 Sawmill Dr. 

Wilbraham, MA 01095 

Ms. Eleonora Grasso 

21 Wadaga Rd. 

N. Weymouth, MA 02191 

Ms. Patricia Grasso 

96 Bartlett Rd. 

Winthrop, MA 02152 

Ms. Julie Gray 

63 Charon Terr. 

S. Hadley, MA 01075 

Ms. Michelle Greeley 

42 Eliot Ave. 

Newton, MA 02165 

Mr. James Greene III 

107 Island St. 

Brant Rock, MA 02020 

Ms. Heidi Greenwald 

168 Hart Street #25 

Taunton, MA 02780 

Ms. Brenna Grober 

4 Robins Street 

E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 

Ms. Rochelle Groves 

30 Ruby Court 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 



Mr. Peter Gruca 

454 Fairview Ave. 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 
Ms. Luanne Guglielmo 

7 Stage Coach Road 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 
Mr. Jay Guidaboni 
23 Strand Ave. 
Manomet, MA 02345 
Ms. Robin Guilfoy 

36 Main St. 

Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Diane Guillemette 

69 Johnson St. 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Mr. Anthony Gutierrez 
89 Pond St. 
Holbrook, MA 02343 
Ms. Karen Gwara 

8 Brunell Ave. 
Lenox, MA 01240 
Ms. Lisa Habel 
65 Willow St. 
Marshfield, MA 02050 
Mr. George Haddad 
48 Barre St. 

Fall River, MA 02723 
Ms. Vicki Haffer 
411 N. Quincy St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Mr. Scott Hagg 
Rrl 166f Goody Hallet 
Eastham, MA 02642 
Ms. Marilyn Haglof 
206 Williston Road 
Sagamore Beach, MA 02562 
Mr. John Haley 

70 Winding Way 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Crystal Hall 

C/o Bill Drapeau Student 
Ser. 

Bridgewater, MA 02325 
Ms. Robin Hall 
27 Turner St. 
Norfolk, MA 02056 
Ms. Wendy Hamelin 
96 Uriole Dr. 
Whitinsville, MA 01588 
Mr. Greg Hancock 
89 Chestnut St. 
Chelsea, MA 02150 
Ms. Susan Hancock 

37 School St. 
Gloucester, MA 01930 
Mr. Brenton Hanley 
8 Pine St. Box 822 
Sandwich, MA 02563 
Mr. Timothy Hanlon 
939 Hanover St. 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Ms. Sonja Hanson 

65 Plain St. 
Pembroke, MA 02359 
Mr. Stephen Happas 

32 Piermont St. 
Quincy, MA 02170 

Ms. Margaret Hardiman 

Box 442 

White Horse Beach, MA 

02381 

Ms. Catherine Harhen 

105 Whitman St. 

Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Mr. Christopher 

Harrington 

119 Holmes Ave. 

Stoughton, MA 02072 

Ms. Eartha Harris 

36 Emmet Street #1 

Brockton, MA 02401 

Ms. Elizabeth Harris 

141 4th St. 

Somerset, MA 02726 

Mr. Sean Harris 

13 Pontiac Rd. 

Brockton, MA 02402 

Mr. Charles Hart 

11 Bristol Ave. 

Swampscott, MA 01907 

Ms. Carolyn Haskell 

18 Pleasant St. 

Franklin, MA 02038 

Ms. Wendy Haskell 

33 Parker St. 
Norwell, MA 02061 
Ms. Donna Hatch 
27 Brunswick St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Timothy Hatfield 
1 Hawthorne Rd. 
Hingham, MA 02043 
Mr. Claude Hatoum 

7 Old Post Road 
Harwich, MA 02645 
Ms. Elizabeth Hauston 
53 Montauk St. 
Teaticket, MA 02536 
Mr. Paul Hawksley 
1148 East St. 
Mansfield, MA 02048 



Mr. Bryon Hayes 

Box 186 NausetRd. 
N. Eastham, MA 02651 
Ms. Jacqueline Hazel 
106 Oak Lane #2 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Kimberly Hazelton 
Box 714 Midland Ave. 
VineyardHaven, MA 02568 
Mr. John Healey 
106 Locust Ave. 
Worcester, MA 01604 
Ms. Dorothy Heath 
131 Moraine St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. John Heath 

32 Filbert St. 
Quincy, MA 02169 
Ms. Eileen Hecht 
123 Coe Road 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Kathleen Hegarty 
52 Trowbridge St. #11 
Cambridge, MA 02138 
Ms. Sheryl Heifetz 
166 Greenbrook Drive 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. Mark Henderson 
101 Orange Street 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Tamme Henderson 
31 Rockne Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 02124 
Mr. John Hendricksen Jr. 
93 Captain Baker Road 
Marstons Mill, MA 02648 
Ms. Melody Henkel 

792 Park St. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. Edward Hennessey 
88 Pine St. 
Walpole, MA 02081 
Ms. Elizabeth Hennessey 
281 Hayward St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Paul Hennigan 
8 Francis Dr. 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Ms. Kimberly Henriques 

30 Division St. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Debra Henry 
49 Douglas Rd. 
Medford, MA 02155 
Ms. Theresa Henry 
175 Levin Rd. 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Ms. Diane Herisse 
155 W. Main St. 
Norton, MA 02766 
Ms. Kelly Herman 
91 Greenridge Dr. 
Dalton, MA 01226 
Mr. Brian Hickey 
28 Bickford Rd. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Jennifer Hickey 
3 Clarendon Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Denise Higgins 
101 Regis Rd. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Michelle Higgins 
27 Sydney St. 
Boston, MA 02125 
Mr. Jason Hill 

40 Durfee St. 
New Bedford, MA 02740 
Ms. Nancy Hines 
284 Plain St. 
Marshfield, MA 02050 
Mr. Peter Hobson 

31 Deep Run 
Cohasset, MA 02025 
Ms. Sharon Hodge 

1 Bonnie Lane 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Mr. James Hodgson 
16 Prospect St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Cheryl Hoffses 
40 Bel Air Rd. 
Hingham, MA 02043 
Mr. James Hogan 
42 Burr Rd. 
Hingham, MA 02043 
Mr. Michael Hogan 
323 High Street 
Walpole, MA 02081 
Mr. Daniel Hoitt 
62 John Adams Dr. 
Norwell, MA 02061 
Ms. Norma Holland 
1067 Pitchers Way 
Hyarmis, MA 02601 
Mr. Michael Homer Jr. 
39 Geralynn Dr. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Michelle Hopkins 

33 Prospect St. 

S. Easton, MA 02375 



Mr. Mark Horvath 

61 Colasanti Rd. 
Weymouth, MA 02191 
Ms. Tammi Hough 
P.O. Box 258 
Centerville, MA 02632 
Mr. James Howard 
6 Pleasant St. 
Sandwich, MA 02563 
Mr. Thomas Hoye Jr. 
133 Eldridge Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. Norman Huddleston 
215 Winter St. #5e 
Weymouth, MA 02188 
Mr. William Hunt 
278 Main St. 
Kingston, MA 02364 
Ms. Marie Hunter 
803 Hurley Ave. 
Rockville, MD 20850 
Ms. Lori Iannitelli 
1 Sunnyside Ln. 
Milford, MA 01757 
Ms. Vallery Imbault 
12 Hayden Drive 
Foxborough, MA 02035 
Ms. Margaret Imbornoni 
P.O. Box 1327 
Marshfield, MA 02050 
Mr. Steven Inguanti 
119 Prospect St. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Mr. Andrew Intrieri 
17 Stillwell Ave. 
Norfolk, MA 02056 
Ms. Cheryl Iodice 
440 Kenneth Avenue 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Cheryl Irvine 
24 Purchase St. 
Milton, MA 01757 
Ms. Andrea Jackson 
34 Nichols St. 
Norwood, MA 02062 
Ms. Jeanne Jarrett 
15 Smith Street 
Middleborough, MA 02346 
Mr. Scott Jasparro 
181 Donald Ave. 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Mr. Eric Jaundoo 

81 Westwind Rd. Box 58 
Dorchester, MA 02125 
Ms. Cheryl Jenney 

82 S. Washington St. 
Norton, MA 02766 
Mr. Brian Johnson 
P.O. Box #66 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Janice Johnson 
262 Carl Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Jill Johnson 

4 Willow Ct. 
Essex, MA 01929 
Ms. Karen Johnson 
93 W. Spring St. 
Avon, MA 02322 
Ms. Terre Johnson 
Rte. 140 242 
Sterling, MA 01564 
Ms. Therese Johnson 
414 Hancock St. 
Wrentham, MA 02093 
Mr. James Johnston 
26 Forest St. 
Norwell, MA 02061 
Ms. Tiffany Jolie 

8 King Henry Dr. 
Londonderry, NH 03053 
Ms. Diane Jones 

P.O. Box 526 
Norwell, MA 02061 
Ms. Kelley Jordan 
610 Broadway Extension 
N. Attleboro, MA 02760 
Mr. Scott Joseph 
156 Windswept Rd. 
W. Wareham, MA 02576 
Mr. Steven Joubert 
30 Oak Street Ext. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Richard Joyal 
15 Viking Drive 
Bristol, RI 02809 
Mr. Robert Joyce 
38 Pine St. 
Bedford, MA 01730 
Ms. Erin Kane 

9 Edwin St. 
Quincy, MA 02171 
Ms. Alisa Katz 

60 Oakhill Dr. 
Sharon, MA 02067 
Ms. Debra Katz 
P.O. Box 1123 
Brewster, MA 02631 
Ms. Doreen Kaufman 
60 Powell St. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 



Ms. Melissa Keane 

66 Dobson Road 
Braintree, MA 02184 

Ms. Anne-Marie Keaveney 
1357 Washington St. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Sharon Kee 
7 Macarthur Rd. 
Ashland, MA 01721 
Ms. Christine Keegan 
727 Highview Avenue 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Mary Kelleher 
22 Watkins St. 
Quincy, MA 02170 
Mr. Joseph Kelley 

3 Willowridge Drive 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Denise Kelly 

4 Sherwood Dr. 
Oxford, MA 01540 
Ms. Gretchen Kelly 
300 Clapp Rd. 
Scituate, MA 02066 
Ms. Joanne Kelly 

11 Sunrise Rd. 
Foxborough, MA 02035 
Ms. Joanne Kelly 

45 Garfield Ave. 
Weymouth, MA 02188 
Ms. Kathleen Kelly 

12 Trudy Terr. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Ms. Michelle Kelly 
889 Purchase St. 
Carver, MA 02330 
Ms. Helen Kennedy 
77 Alex Booker Road 

E. Falmouth, MA 02536 
Ms. Kara Kennedy 
9 Bittersweet Ln. 
S. Dartmouth, MA 02748 
Ms. Kristine Kennefick 
C10 Kelly P.O. Box #235 
N. Pembroke, MA 02358 
Mr. Joseph Kenneway 
Rrl Box 446 Alston Avenue 
Eastham, MA 02642 
Mr. Michael Kenney 
135 Glen Meadow Rd. 
Franklin, MA 02038 
Ms. Christine Kent 
139 Arrowhead Drive 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Carolyn Kessinger 
25 Egypt Beach Rd. 
Scituate, MA 02066 
Mr. Joseph Khirallah 
209 Bluehill Drive 
Westwood, MA 02090 
Mr. Wassim Khoury 
107 Hillview Rd. 
Westwood, MA 02090 
Ms. Tracey Kiernan 
34 Anthony Rd. 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Ms. Mary anne Kilroy 
92 Manthome Rd. 
West Roxbury, MA 02132 
Mr. Burton King 
33 Third St. First Floor 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. Douglas King 
P.O. Box 551 
Westport, MA 02790 
Ms. Katherine King 

15 Battle Row: 

E. Taunton, MA 02718 
Ms. Robin King 
3 Lancaster Rd. 
Bolton, MA 01740 
Ms. Cindy Kinney 

67 Upland Rd. 
Plympton, MA 02367 
Ms. Susan Kinney 
350 Wareham St. 
Middleborough, MA 02346 
Mr. Eric Kinsherf 

30 Clifton Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Dorothy Kiziuk 
160 Adams St. 
Abington, MA 02351 
Mr. Clinton Kleciak 

16 Joyce. Drive 
Westfield, MA 01085 
Ms. Patricia Kloster 

I Reland St. 

Middleborough, MA 02346 
Mr. Matthew Klun 

489 Slough Road 
Brewster, MA 02631 
Ms. Julie Knibbs 
P.O. Box 79 
Belmont, MA 02178 
Mr. Stephen Knight 
50 Eskett Road 
Belchertown, MA 01007 
Mr. Alan Kopecky 

II County St. 

N. Dighton, MA 02764 




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Mr. Steven Kougias 

3 Hiawatha St. 

E. Falmouth, MA 02536 

Ms. Penelope Koukourakis 

1612 Worcester Road 

Framingham, MA 01701 

Ms. Stephanie Kozowyk 

18 Bertha Cir. 

BiDerica, MA 01821 

Ms. Nancy Krajewski 

15 Rebecca Rd. 
Wrentham, MA 02093 
Ms. Kathleen Krieger 
c/o Mrs. Joan Gilmore 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Lee Krikorian 

57 Thurber Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Michael Kripke 
685 Oak St. Bldg. 9 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Steven Kriteman 

16 Annette Rd. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Mr. Stephen Krockta 
27 Van Buren Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. Gary Kruskall 
92 Sharon St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Tara Kusinitz 
54 Burgess Rd. 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Deborah L'ltalien 
46 King St. 

Middleton, MA 01949 
Ms. Mary LaBeet 

40 Lakeshore Dr. 
East Falmouth, MA 02536 
Mr. Gerald LaCasse 
P.O. Box 4032 
Brockton, MA 02403 
Mr. James LaFlame 
117 Market St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Stephen Labella 
27 Clark St. #8 
Boston, MA 02109 
Ms. Dawn Labounty 
34~Foch Avenue 
Seekonk, MA 02771 
Ms. Susan Lacamera 

32 Old Powder House Rd. 
Lakeville, MA 02347 

Ms. Laurie Lacerte 
245 Pineview Cir. 
Agawam, MA 01001 
Ms. Ailsa Lacoste 
1691 Commercial St. 
E. Weymouth, MA 02189 
Mr. Anthony Lacourse 
23 Heard Dr. 
Ipswich, MA 01938 
Mr. Michael Lagace 
1847 Broadway 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Ms. Elizabeth Lally 
159 Woodcock Rd. 
Dartmouth, MA 02747 
Ms. Donna Lamb 
298 High Street 
Dedham, MA 02026 
Ms. Kimberly Lamb 

33 Pleasant Garden Rd. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Ms. Denise Lambert 
913 State Rd. Apt. 7 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Heather Lambert 
6 Highland Ave. 
Newburyport, MA 01950 
Ms. Antoinette Lambiase 

17 Pleasant PI. 
Norwood, MA 02062 
Mr. Stephen Lanciani 
22 Prospect St. Apt. 2 
Charlestown, MA 02129 
Ms. Renee Landry 

14 Rollins Rd. 
S. Easton, MA 02375 
Mr. Jeffrey Lane 
12 Dix St. 
Holden, MA 01520 
Ms. Beverly Lang 

18 A Chase St. 
Hyannis, MA 02601 
Ms. Sharon Lang 
22 Diana Road 
Morris Plains, NJ 07950 
Ms. Anna Langenfeld 
974 Center St. 
Middleborough, MA 02346 
Ms. Karen Langevin 

73 Albion St. 

Fall River, MA 02723 

Ms. Claire Lapointe 

12 West High St. 

Avon, MA (32322 

Mr. David Lariviere 

Werner 

775 W. Main St. 



Hyannis, MA 02601 

Mr. Joseph Larson 

Constitution Dr. 

Lanesboro, MA 01237 

Ms. Deborah Latraverse-St. 

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7 Sachem Road 

Norton, MA 02766 

Ms. Pamela Laubenstein 

5 Myopia Rd. 

Hyde Park, MA 02136 

Mr. Cosmo Laurelli 

92 Meredith Dr. 

Cranston, RI 02920 

Ms. Lauren Lauria 

10 Clinton Road 

Peabody, MA 01960 

Ms. Elizabeth La vadinho 

53 Grape St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 

Mr. Kevin Lavelle 

63 Deanna Rd. 

Brockton, MA 02402 

Ms. Amy Law 

63 Charon Terr. 

S. Hadley, MA 01075 

Ms. Heather Lawson 

90 Juniper Lane 

Pembroke, MA 02359 

Mr. Michael Lawson 

180 Main St. 

Bridgewater, MA 02324 

Ms. Jane Le 

4 Floyd St. Rd. 
Waltham, MA 02154 
Ms. Robbyn Leach 
33 Laurel Ln. 
Groton, MA 01450 
Ms. Susan Leavens 
706 N. Central St. 
Winchendon, MA 01475 
Ms. Michelle Leblanc 
38 Shady Rest Road 

N. Easton, MA 02356 
Ms. Sandra Leblanc 

5 Lowell Road 
Natick, MA 01760 
Ms. Francine Leduc 
51 Douglas Dr. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Judith Lemay 

53 Weybosset Street 
N. Weymouth, MA 02191 
Mr. Donald Lemonde 
445 Robinson Ave. 
S. Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Gail Lemoyne 
394 Centre St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Mr. Darren Lennon 
P.O. Box 515 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. David Lenti 
21 Judith Ave. 
Southbridge, MA 01550 
Mr. David Leonardo 
197 Coolidge St. 
Swansea, MA 02777 
Ms. Carrie Levangie 
380 Forest St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Lisa Levesque 
243 Jefferson St. 
Fall River, MA 02721 
Ms. Kendra Libby 
312 Col Hunt Dr. 
Abington, MA 02351 
Mr. Laurent Liberge 
321 Walnut St. 
Manchester, NH 03104 
Mr. Kenneth Licciardi 
194 Chemung St. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Ms. Kristin Lindquist 
134 Old Pine Drive 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Mr. David Linnevers 
249 Hinman Ln. 
Southbury, CT 06488 
Ms. Debra Linton 
10 Packet Landing 
Orleans, MA 02653 
Ms. Kathleen Little 
77 County St. 
Lakeville, MA 02347 
Ms. Susan Little 
86 Standard St. 
Dorchester, MA 02126 
Ms. Laurie Livingston 
32 Jacqueline Ln. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Mr. Jose Lobo 
82 Hillberg Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Jacqueline Lobos 
P.O. Box 771 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Edward Logan 
21 Legion St. 
Canton, MA 02021 



Ms. Claudia Lomba 

140 Alden St. 

Fall River, MA 02723 
Mr. Bryan Lombardi 

18 Sherwood Dr. 
Westford, MA 01887 
Mr. Francis Long 
20 Holly Lane 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Thomas Longton 
646 Berkley St. 
Berkley, MA 02780 
Mr. Michael Lookner 
62 Smith Drive 
Westwood, MA 02090 
Mr. Harold Lord 

30 Tremont St. 22b 
Duxbury, MA 02332 
Ms. Deborah Lorgeree 
517 N. Quincy St. 
Abington, MA 02351 
Ms. Kristine Lougee 
15 Frechette St. 
Lowell, MA 01854 
Mr. Travis Lowe 

205 Winthrop Rd. 
Brookline, MA 02146 
Ms. Linda Lucas 
Sunset Dr. 

Lakeville, MA 02347 
Ms. Jamie Lucia 
27 Michael St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Donna Lunde 
349 Shailor Hill Rd. 
Westchester, CT 06415 
Mr. Jeffrey Lundgren 
168 Barnstable Road Apt. 
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Hyannis, MA 02601 
Mr. Tristan Lundgren 
33 Upland Rd. 
Plympton, MA 02367 
Mr. Todd Luongo 
43 Carroll Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Thomas Lupien 
35 Fred St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Julie Lydon 

19 Victoria St. 
Dorchester, MA 02125 
Mr. Timothy Lynch 
96 Colonial Post Dr. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Sandra Lyne 

64 Wooley St. 

Fall River, MA 02724 

Ms. Stacey Lyons 

141 Estes St. 
Everett, MA 02149 

Ms. Marianne MacCormack 
57 Division St. 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Ms. Bette MacDonald 
17 Monroe St. P.O. Box 251 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Mr. Paul MacDonald Jr. 
90 Azalea Dr. 
Norwood, MA 02062 
Mr. Paul MacDougall 

31 Newport Ave. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Jane Macintosh 
37 Lincoln Ave. 

W. Yarmouth, MA 02673 
Ms. Michelle MacKay 
41 Derby St. 

S. Weymouth, MA 02190 
Mr. William MacLeod 
P.O. Box 547 

W. Springfield, MA 01090 
Ms. Jennifer MacMurray 
61 Warren St. 
PlainviUe, MA 02762 
Mr. William Mackey 
2 Taylor Circle 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Mr. Joshua Macy 
219 Mountfair Cir. 
Swansea, MA 02777 
Ms. Brenda Madden 

20 Woodman Cir. 

S. Weymouth, MA 02190 
Ms. Lynn Madden 
54 Tewksbury St. 
Andover, MA 01810 
Ms. Mary Madden 
7 Phinney Lane 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Mr. John Madeira 
15 Hawes Drive 
E. Freetown, MA 02717 
Ms. Mary Marian 
140 Dalton Road 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 
Ms. Melissa Maher 
P.O. Box 1667 244 
Washington S. 
Duxbury, MA 02331 
Ms. Dana Mahoney 



38 Sanderson Ave. 
Dedham, MA 02026 
Ms. Nicole Mahoney 
150 Elm St. 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Ms. Susan Mahoney 
501 Plymouth Street 
Abington, MA 02351 
Ms. Theresa Mahoney 

485 South St. 
Halifax, MA 02338 
Mr. Thomas Mahoney 
3 Ridge Ave. 

Natick, MA 01760 
Ms. Valerie Mailloux 
06 Seaview Rd. Box 89 
Sagamore Beach, MA 02562 
Mr. David Malloy Jr. 
184BelairSt. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Brian Malloy 
45 Glendower St. 
Avon, MA 02322 
Ms. Jennifer Malloy 
1469 Washington St. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Ms. Mary Malone 
24 Monument Neck Rd. 
Bourne, MA 02532 
Mr. Thomas Malone 
9 Weathervane Road 
Billerica, MA 01821 
Ms. Kimberly Maney 
23 Mount Street 
Franklin, MA 02038 
Ms. Ose Manheim 
134 King Street 
Falmouth, MA 02540 
Mr. Steven Mankavech 
5 Dean Rd. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Ms. Deborah Mann 
226 Main Street Apt. 2 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Susan Manning 
36 Charles St. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Lisa Marcheterre 
1 Longmeadow Dr. 
Salisbury, MA 01952 
Ms. Lisa Marcotte 
68 Oakland St. 
Lowell, MA 01851 
Ms. Sandra Marinelli 
153 Joanne Dr. 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Ms. Margaret Marini 
253 Linebrook Rd. 
Ipswich, MA 01938 
Mr. Michael Marini 

486 East St. 
Weymouth, MA 02189 
Mr. Robert Marino 

444 Chebacco Rd. X2116 
S. Hamilton, MA 01982 
Ms. Deborah Marshall 
1261 Church Street 
New Bedford, MA 02746 
Ms. Karen Marshall 
170 Lawrence St. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Ms. Mary Marshall 
213 Heritage Dr. 
New Bedford, MA 02745 
Ms. Suzanne Martell 
15 Stoney Brook Ln. 
Wrentham, MA 02093 
Ms. Mary-Beth Martin 
432 Ocean St. P.O. 2093 
Ocean Bluff, MA 02065 
Ms. Delleyne Martineau 
119 Broad St. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Ms. Gail Martini 
77 Mott St. 
Fall River, MA 02721 
Ms. Judithe Mason 
124 Elm Street 
Pembroke, MA 02359 
Mr. Stephen Mason 
167 Marks St. 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Ms. Mary Mastromarino 
14 Danforth St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. Christopher Mather 
819 Crescent St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Lori Matta 
9 Leos Ln. 
Avon, MA 02322 
Ms. Mary Matte 
20 Chauncey Ave. 
Lowell, MA 01851 
Ms. Kimberly Matthews 
5 Fern Rd. 

Holbrook, MA 02343 
Ms. Michelle Maynard 
357 Lake St. 
Shrewsbury, MA 01545 



Ms. Janet McAndrew 

148 Varao Ave. 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Kimberly McAuley 
17 Shawmut Terr. 
Framingham, MA 01701 
Ms. Barbara McCabe 
111 Surrey St. 
Medford, MA 02155 
Ms. Barbara McCann 
86 Brantwood Rd. 
Norwell, MA 02061 
Mr. Lewis McConkey 

20 Metcalf St. 
Roslindale, MA 02131 
Mr. David McCormack 
119 Southland Terrace 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Darren McCullough 

42 Walden Pond Avenue 
Saugus, MA 01906 

Ms. Erin McDermott 
92 Atlantic St. 
N. Quincy, MA 02171 
Mr. Charles McDonald 
P.O. Box 43 
Chartley, MA 02712 
Ms. Christine McDonald 
96 Beaumont St. 
Dorchester, MA 02124 
Ms. Susan McDonald 
79 Burrill St. 
Swampscott, MA 01907 
Ms. Cynthia McDonnell 
70 Lawrence St. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Mr. John McDonnell 

21 Bell Street 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. David McDonough 
109 Lisle St. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Denise McDonough 
190 Bolas Road 
Duxbury, MA 02332 
Ms. Liesl McDonough 
15 Border St. 

Quincy, MA 02171 
Ms. Susan McDougall 
49 Bayview St. 
N. Weymouth, MA 02191 
Ms. Laurie McEwen 

43 Riverview Ave. 
Mashpee, MA 02649 

Ms. Kimberley McGaffigan 
12 High Rock Rd. 
Holliston, MA 01746 
Mr. Andrew McGarrett 
4 Belcher St. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Ms. Andrea McGinn 
6 Oakwood Cir. 
Hingham, MA 02043 
Mr. David McGlynn 
33 Williams St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Christine McGovern 
9 Picker Ln. 
N. Easton, MA 02356 
Ms. Leighann McGovern 
545 Highland Ave. 
Maiden, MA 02148 
Ms. Colleen McGrath 
17 Carl Avenue 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Mr. Gerald McGrath 
190 Bainbridge St. 
Maiden, MA 02148 
Mr. Michael McGrath 
213 Beechwood Drive 
Cranston, RI 02921 
Ms. Michelle McGrath 
117WeyhamRd. 
N. Weymouth, MA 02191 
Ms. Amy McGuinness 
38 Crosstown Ave. 
W. Roxbury, MA 02132 
Ms. Renee Mclnnes 
P.O. Box 1342 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Mr. Scott McKay 
4 Nikolane Way 
Gloucester, MA 01930 
Ms. Valerie McKay 
24 White Horse Road 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Maureen McLallen 
89 Hatherly Rd. Apt. 2 
Scituate, MA 02066 
Mr. Robert McMahon 
123 Cardinal Court 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Gillian McManus 
132 Dover St. 
Brocktonter, MA 02401 
Mr. John McManus 
74 Old Colony Ave. 
Quincy, MA 02170 
Mr. John McNamara 
132 Tremont St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 



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Ms. Susan McNee 

380 Tremont St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. Peter McNeeley 
9 Laurel Dr. 
Medfield, MA 02052 
Mr. Stephen McPhee 
106 W. Lake Dr. 
Weymouth, MA 02188 
Ms. Jane McPherson 
37 Neck Street 
N. Weymouth, MA 02191 
Ms. Virginia McSwain 
418 Southport Street 
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779 
Ms. Lynda McSweeney 
158 Mallard Way 
Waltham, MA 02154 
Ms. Jill McVane 
20 Vista Drive 
Danvers, MA 01923 
Ms. Leah Meade 
7 Delorey Dr. 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Ms. Denise Medeiros 
445 Norman St. 
Fall River, MA 02721 
Ms. Laura Medeiros 
28 Agricultural Ave. 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 
Ms. Linda Medeiros 
55 Longwood Ave. 
N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 
Ms. Marta Medeiros 
284 Manchester St. 
Fall River, MA 02721 
Ms. Sheila Medeiros 
216 Warren St. 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Ms. Susan Medeiros 
41 Tomlinson Rd. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Marie-Jo Medina 
28-10 Meadow Ln. 
Bridge water, MA 02324 
Mr. Christopher Meechin 
23 Wentworth PI. 
Lynn, MA 01904 
Ms. Amber Mello 
9 Vreeland Ave. 
Haverhill, MA 01830 
Mr. James Mello 
225 N. Main St. 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Ms. Jennifer Mello 
592 Fall River Ave. 
Seekonk, MA 02771 
Ms. Michelle Mello 
565 Mt. Hope Ave. 
Fall River, MA 02724 
Ms. SheUy Mello 
75 Thomas Drive 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Mr. Nuno Melo 
60 Winter St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Charlene Melody 
57 Mccoy St. 
Avon, MA 02322 
Ms. Alecia Mendenhall 
96 Maple St. 
Plympton, MA 02367 
Mr. Louis Mendonca 
57 Victoria St. 
N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 
Ms. Andrea Meninno 
128 Idlewell Blvd. 
Weymouth, MA 02188 
Ms. Constance Merigo 
152 Pleasant Bay Road 
Harwich, MA 02645 
Mr. Michael Merrihew 
150 Queen Drive 
W. Wareham, MA 02576 
Ms. Doreen Merrill 
312 Skunknet Rd. 
Centerville, MA 02632 
Ms. Jamie Merrill 
193 Chicago St. 
Fall River, MA 02721 
Ms. Lisa Messina 
4 Willow Street 
Kingston, MA 02364 
Ms. Anne Metzger 
22 Bowman Ln. 
Westborough, MA 01581 
Ms. Laura Meuse 
80 Broadmeadow Drive 
E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 
Ms. Suzanne Mezoff 
301 Common St. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Christine Michaud 

20 Crystal St. 
Pittsfield, MA 01201 
Mr. Michael Miksch 
913 Central St. 

E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 
Ms. Heidi Milch 

21 Waldo Rd. 
Milton, MA 02186 



Ms. Elizabeth Milk 

402 Oakland Rd. 
Hyannis, MA 02601 
Ms. Heather Millar 
331 Robinson St. 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Mi. Richard Miller 
27 Holiday Dr. 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 
Ms. Laura Mills 
7 Manor Dr. Apt. 11 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Ms. Christine Miozza 
83 Shawomet Avenue 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Kerrie Mitchell 
980 Longview Dr. 
N. Attleboro, MA 02760 
Ms. Michelle Mitchell 

6 Pine Grove Rd. 
Hingham, MA 02043 
Mr. Jeffrey Moeckel 
188 Walton St. 
Fitchburg, MA 01420 
Mr. Stephen Mohan 
100 Nerdham St. 
Dedham, MA 02026 
Ms. Karen Mole 

40 Pine Knoll Road 
Lenox, MA 01240 
Ms. Melinda Moleon 
49 Longmeadow Rd. 
Norwood, MA 02062 
Ms. Kimberly Molle 
44 Brent St. 
Dorchester, MA 02124 
Ms. Coleen Molloy 
21 Hilltop Dr. 
Bellingham, MA 02019 
Mr. John Mone 
106 Pierce St. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. William Moniz Jr. 

7 Woodridge Rd. 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Colleen Monks 
14 Perley Evans Drive 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Ms. Christie Monson 
73 Hiwatha Rd. 
Manomet, MA 02345 
Mr. Joseph Montagna 
745 Washington Street 
S. Easton, MA 02375 
Ms. Kelly Montague 
32 Highland Rd. 
Wareham, MA 02571 
Carol E. Montalto 

35 Bums St. 

New Bedford, MA 02740 
Ms. Kristen Montanari 
34 Sonning Rd. 
Beverly, MA 01915 
Ms. Laura Montemarano 
27 East Avenue 
Westerly, RI 02891 
Mr. Cora Montrond 
1 1 Casieri Ct. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Gilda Montrond 
11 Caseri Court 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Kathleen Moore 
147 Park Ave. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Kimberly Moore 
24 Midway Road 
Monument Beach, MA 
02553 

Ms. Teriellen Moore 
6 Friend Street 
Hingham, MA 02043 
Ms. Toni Moore 
269 Gorwin Dr. 
Holliston, MA 01746 
Ms. Malisa Morais 
R2 Oak Grove Ln. 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 
Ms. Carolyn Moran 
30 Linda Street 
Westborough, MA 01581 
Ms. Elizabeth Moran 

8 Marylou St. 
Methuen, MA 01844 
Ms. Michelle Morey 
1548 South St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Debora Morin 
151 Rumford Ave. 
Mansfield, MA 02048 
Ms. Pamela Morin 
144 Aldrich St. 
Uxbridge, MA 01569 
Ms. Marguerite Morris 
1098 Main St. 
MarshBeld, MA 02050 
Mr. Michael Morrison 
8 Yuba Circle 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Eileen Morrissey 
1282 Washington St. 



Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Marybeth Morrissey 
127 Levin Rd. 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Ms. Jennifer Mosca 
158 Montague City Rd. 
Turners Falls, MA 01376 
Ms. Margaret Mossman 
33 Beach Street 
Foxborough, MA 02035 
Mr. Gregory Motta 

14 River Rd. 
Westport, MA 02790 
Mr. Scott Moulton 
33 Kensington Rd. 
Dedham, MA 02026 
Ms. Marguerite Mucci 
7 Rainbow Cir. 

N. Easton, MA 02356 
Mr. Douglas Muise 
410 Center St. 
Pembroke, MA 02359 
Ms. Mary- Alice Muise 
19 Michele Ln. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Julie Mulkerrin 

88 Mt. Blue St. 
Norwell, MA 02061 
Ms. Joan Mullaney 
33 Pleasant St. 
Plympton, MA 02367 
Mr. Michael Mullaney 
27 Federico Circle 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. Gregory Mullen 
287 Mt. Vernon St. 
Dedham, MA 02026 
Ms. Joan Mullen 

869 Orchard St. 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Ms. Rhonda Mullen 
80 Alderbrook Ct. 
Wrentham, MA 02093 
Ms. Jennifer Muller 
158 Autumn Ave. 
Duxbury, MA 02332 
Ms. Michelle Munson 
415 Elm St. 

S. Dartmouth, MA 02748 
Ms. Catherine Murphy 
5733 Johnson Street 
Otis Angb, MA 02542 
Ms. Denise Murphy 
12 Arnold Rd. 
Peabody, MA 01960 
Ms. Jennifer Murphy 
42 Dudley St. 
New Bedford, MA 02744 
Ms. Roberta Murphy 
Box 784 

Orleans, MA 02653 
Mr. Michael Mussari 
92 Clifton Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Michael Myers 
63 Howland Rd. 
Fairhaven, MA 02719 
Ms. Traci Namenson 
21 Michelle Ln. 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Mr. Alan Nasuti 

89 Pond St. 
Franklin, MA 02038 

Ms. Ann-marie Naughton 
250 Mansfield Ave. 
Norton, MA 02766 
Mr. James Naughton 
142 Church St. 
Milton, MA 02186 
Ms. Amy Nawn 
60 Fisher St. 
Medway, MA 02053 
Mr. Phinda Ncala 
36 Maple Ave. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Glenn Nelson 
75 Randall St. 
N. Easton, MA 02356 
Mr. Eduardo Nettle 
5 Black Horse Ln. 
Hingham, MA 02043 
Mr. David Neveux Jr. 

15 George Street 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Pamela Newcomb 
14 Station St. 
Pembroke, MA 02359 
Ms. Dawn Newman 
176 Carpenter St. 
Seekonk, MA 02771 
Mr. James Newton Jr. 
75 Regan Rd. 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Julie Newton 

Bx. 969 

Eastham, MA 02642 
Mr. Richard Ney 
38 N. Main St. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Laura Nicholson 



15 Charlotte Dr. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Mr. Brian Nickerson 
149 Mill St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Kimberly Nighan 
21 Hillington Drive 
N. Easton, MA 02356 
Mr. Christopher Nimmer 
30 E. Washington St. 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Ms. Michelle Nogueira 
44 Lewis Ave. 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Tracy Noons 
356 Lincoln Avenue 
N. Dighton, MA 02764 
Ms. Kim Normandin 
P.O. Box 919 
Mattapoisett, MA 02739 
Mr. Stephen Norton 
63 Charlemont St. 
Boston, MA 02122 
Ms. Kathleen Nowick 
19 Bradley Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Kristen O'Boy 
126 Harvey St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Julie O'Boyle 
738 Pike Ave. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Mary O'Brien 
36 Hornbine Rd. 
Swansea, MA 02777 
Mr. Timothy O'Brien 
254 Park St 

W. Roxbury, MA 02132 
Ms. Megan O'Connell 
63 Evergreen Rd. 
Leeds, MA 01053 
Ms. Carol O'Connor 
34 Lantern Lane 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Mr. Jeffrey O'Connor 

2 Todd Drive 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Mr. Michael O'Connor 
Box 153 

Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Michael O'Donnell 
32 Western Ave. 

Hull, MA 02045 
Ms. Tara O'Donnell 
130 Colberg Avenue 
Roslindale, MA 02131 
Ms. Ellen O'Driscoll 
P.O. Box 2213 
Abington, MA 02351 
Ms. Coleen O'Hanley 
175 Mt. Vemon E. 
E. Weymouth, MA 02189 
Mr. Thomas O'Heir 
41 Bassett Rd. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. John O'Neil 

3 West St. 

Kingston, MA 02364 
Mr. Patrick O'Neil 
14 James Rd. 
Weymouth, MA 02189 
Mr. Christopher Oliveira 
12 Cottage Ct. 
Middleborough, MA 02346 
Mr. Mario Oliveira 

249 Bayview St. 

Fall River, MA 02724 

Mr. Marc Olson 

Cape Drive, Box 21, Unit 6A 

Mashpee, MA 02649 

Ms. Paula Olson 

73 Messenger St. 

Plainville, MA 02762 

Ms. Lori Oman 

78 Studley Rd. 

S. Yarmouth, MA 02664 

Ms. Patricia Opitz 

40 Turner Road 

Scituate, MA 02066 

Ms. Deborah Orlando 

21 Webster St. 

No. Falmouth, MA 

Mr. Jorge Orta 

14 Liberty St. 

Waltham, MA 02154 

Ms. Christine Otenti 

372 Central St. 

Framingham, MA 01701 

Ms. Laura Ouellette 

61 Sonning Rd. 

Beverly, MA 01915 

Mr. Richard Ouellette 

39 Greenwood Rd. 

Somerset, MA 02726 

Ms. Joanna Owens 

51 Kensington Rd. Apt. 1 

Weymouth, MA 02188 

Ms. Michelle Owens 

28 Joan Circle 

MUford, MA 01757 



Ms. Susan Owens 

66 Plain Street 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Deborah Pacheco 
126 Forest St. 
N. Dighton, MA 02764 
Mr. Mario Pacini 
400 Washington Street 
Weymouth, MA 02188 
Mr. Edward Paletsky II 
174 High Street 
Holliston, MA 01746 
Ms. Stacey Pappas 
38 Hicks Ave. 
Medford, MA 02155 
Ms. Phyllis Parker 
74 Jackson Dr. 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Ms. Sheri Parker 
22 Gate St. 
N. Carver, MA 02355 
Ms. Susan Partridge 
121 Cypress St. 
Wrentham, MA 02093 
Mr. Robert Patriquin Jr. 
33 Centre St. 
Natick, MA 01760 
Ms. Donna Pavia 
36 Kemwood Ave. 
Beverly, MA 01915 
Mr. Gregory Payette 
188 Glendale Rd. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Laura Payne 
19 Hazard St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Susan Payne 
154 Bear Hill Rd. 
Cumberland, RI 02864 
Ms. Nancy Peckham 
1938 Main Rd. 
Tiverton, RI 02878 
Ms. Stefanie Peeke 
10 Pond Hill Rd. 
Amesbury, MA 01913 
Ms. Christine Pendleton 
10 Park Dr. 
Burlington, MA 01803 
Ms. Theresa Penta 
170 Pleasant St. 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Mr. David Pereira 
27 Meadow Rd. 
Medway, MA 02053 
Mr. Scott Pereira 
12 Crestwood St. 
Fall River, MA 02720 
Ms. Teresa Pereira 
929 Walnut St. 
Fall River, MA 02720 
Mr. Robert Perkins 
268 W. Elm St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Christopher Perra 
878 Bay St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Lorraine Perrault 
532 Pleasant Street 
S. Weymouth, MA 02190 
Ms. Cheryle Perry 
914 Russells Mills Rd. 
S. Dartmouth, MA 02748 
Ms. Nancy Perry 
8 Hollytree Ln. 
New Bedford, MA 02745 
Ms. Cara Petrie 
432 W. Center St. 
W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 
Ms. Judith Petrone 
10 Stefanie Lane 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Matthew Phinney 
36 Cove Street 
Brant Rock, MA 02020 
Ms. Katherine Phipps 
51 Westside Ave. 
N. Attleboro, MA 02760 
Mr. Christopher Picard 
26 Talbot Ave. 
Norwood, MA 02062 
Mr. Kenneth Pickering 
105 Forsyth Avenue 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Maria Pina 
126 Draper St. 
Boston, MA 02122 
Mr. David Pinkham 
22 Grandview Ave. 
Somerville, MA 02143 
Mr. Harold Plant Jr. 
1050 Maple St. 
Mansfield, MA 02048 
Ms. Kady Plante 
1041 Meridian Street 
Fall River, MA 02720 
Mr. Timothy Plante 
1041 Meridian St. 
Fall River, MA 02720 
Mr. Scott Pochay 
1 Susan Rd. 
Easton, MA 02345 



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Ms. Catherine Poirier 

198 Stonybrook Road 
Raynham, MA 01767 
Ms. Laurie Poirier 
391 Henshaw St. 
Rochdale, MA 01542 
Ms. Suzanne Poirier 
400 Delano Rd. 
Marion, MA 02738 
Ms. Maria Police 
430 Turnpike St. 

S. Easton, MA 02375 
Ms. Dina Poliseno 
6 Rachael Cir. 
Easton, MA 02375 
Ms. Donna Polleys 
77 Rice Street 
Abington, MA 02351 
Ms. Christy Ponte 
50 Alice St. 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 
Mr. Douglas Pope 
548 Pittsfield Rd. 
Lenox, MA 01240 
Ms. Michelle Post 

199 Crescent St. 

E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 
Mr. Robert Powell 
679 South St. 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Mr. John Powers III 
358 Cherry St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. John Powers Jr. 
49 Puritan Rd. 
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 
Ms. Wendy Pratt 
52a Massasoit Avenue 
Hull, MA 02045 
Ms. Gail Press 
99 Fremont St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Judith Proctor 
35 Anawon Road 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Mr. Kevin Prosper 
12 Crest Drive 
Middleboro, MA 02346 
Ms. Wendy Provance 
105 B Pleasant St. 
Melrose, MA 02176 
Ms. Jean Puricelli 
10 Shaw Place 
Foxborough, MA 02035 
Mr. James Quartarone 
19 Pictun Road 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Ms. Christen Quigley 
76 Rose Land Terr. 
Marstons Mill, MA 02648 
Mr. John Quinlan 
6 Gable Ln. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Mr. Lawrence Quintiliani 
229 Miller St. 

Middleborough, MA 02346 
Ms. Louise Quintiliani 

99 Ring Road 
Plympton, MA 02367 
Ms. Jeanne Quist 
139 Cherry St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Normand Racicot 
6 Marr Crest Drive 
Milton, MA 02186 
Ms. Rachel Racine 
373 Wood Street 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Jessica Rametta 
119 Braeside Rd. 
Falmouth, MA 02540 
Ms. Marianne Randall 
P.O. Box 458 

Brant Rock, MA 02020 
Ms. Susan Raposa 
26 Bamum St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. Thomas Raposa 
361 Caswell St. 
E. Taunton, MA 02718 
Mr. Christopher Rappold 
386 Purchase St. 
S. Easton, MA 02375 
Mr. James Raso Jr. 
75 Richview St. 
Dorchester, MA 02124 
Mr. Stephen Raymond 
16 Courtney Ave. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. Robert Rayne 
26 Newport Dr. 
Westford, MA 01886 
Mr. Alan Read 
242 Wilson Rd. 
Fall River, MA 02720 
Mr. Mark Reardon 

100 Colberg Ave. 
Roslindale, MA 02131 
Ms. Marian Reed 
621 S. Crane Ave. 
Taunton, MA 02780 



Ms. Martina Reed 

33 Prince St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Mr. Steven Rego 
4 Rocky Hill Rd. 
Assonet, MA 02702 
Mr. Eugene Reiber 
1 1 Juniper Ln. 
Pembroke, MA 02359 
Mr. Kevin Reilly 
41 Hillcrest Drive 
Pembroke, MA 02359 
Ms. Jacquelyn Remillard 
20 Lambert Terr. 
Chicopee, MA 01020 
Ms. Lauren Rettman 
108 Brook St. 
Franklin, MA 02038 
Mr. Geoffrey Reynolds 
R120 Birch St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Mark Reynolds 
139 Staples St. 
E. Taunton, MA 02718 
Mr. Steven Reynolds 
180 Main St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Danielle Rezendes 
2 Cypress St. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Kerri Rhodes 
20 Short St. 
Cohasset, MA 02025 
Mr. David Ribeiro 
785 Belleville Ave. 
New Bedford, MA 02745 
Mr. Christopher Ricci 
40 Hersey St. 
Hingham, MA 02043 
Ms. Lisa Ricci 
84 Evergreen Ave. 
Brainrree, MA 02184 
Ms. Lori Richard 
20 Lazywood Ln. 
Swansea, MA 02777 
Ms. Marilyn Richard 
103 Tipton Rock Road 
Southbridge, MA 01550 
Ms. Marjorie Richards 
187 Spark St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Mr. Michael Richards 

187 Spark St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Janna Richardson 
590 Winter St. 
Holliston, MA 01746 
Mr. Shawn Rickan 
99 Goddard St. 
Athol, MA 01331 

Ms. Judith Robbins 
49 White St. 2nd Floor 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. Keith Robbins 
11 WillardAve. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Shannon Robbins 
Box 397 

Cummaquid, MA 02637 
Ms. Nancy Robens 
1094 Somerset Ave. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Gail Robert 

188 Almond St. 

Fall River, MA 02721 
Ms. Ellen Roberts 
51 Francis Wyman Rd. 
Burlington, MA 01803 
Ms. Lori Roberts 
49 Spear St. 
Quincy, MA 02169 
Ms. Nancy Roberts 
130 Training Field Rd. 
Chatham, MA 02633 
Ms. Marie Robicheau 
169 Savin Hill Ave. 
Dorchester, MA 02125 
Ms. Michelle Robillard 
782 Slade St. 
Fall River, MA 02724 
Ms. Linda Robinson 
6 Windsong Cir. 
Pocasset, MA 02559 
Ms. Cynthia Roderick 
P.O. Box 489, 131 Hopkins 
Ln. 

Orleans, MA 02653 
Ms. Helena Rodrigues 
1 1 Ridgewood St. 
Dorchester, MA 02122 
Ms. Denise Rogers 
891 Middle St. 
N. Dighton, MA 02764 
Ms. Karen Rogers 
37 Old Farm Rd. 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Ms. Michelle Rogerson 
242 Howard St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Mr. Daniel Rollins 
P.O. 665 Green Harbor 



Duxbury, MA 02041 
Ms. Maryellen Rollins 

32 Overton St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Michael Ronayne 
65 Fuller St. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Mr. Maurice Rondeau 
P.O. Box 1286 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Kathleen Rooney 
22 Old Coach Rd. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Ms. Paulina Rosano 
59 Hull Street 
Cohasset, MA 02025 
Ms. Gwendolyn Rose 

11 Village Dr. 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 
Mr. William Roseman 
395 Farm Street 
New Bedford, MA 
Ms. Martha Rossi 
77 Marsh Road Rfd 5 
Pelham, NJ 03076 
Mr. Jeffrey Rothberg 
44 Filmore St. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Patricia Rubbico 
17 Juniper Road 
Lynnfield, MA 01940 
Ms. Cheryl Ruby 
461 Conant Street 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. David Rumrill 
302 Vernon St. 
Bridgwater, MA 02324 
Mr. James Rush 
134 Rogers Dr. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. Peter Russell Jr. 

33 Outlook Rd. 
Marshfield, MA 02050 
Ms. Linda Russo 

13 Shaw St. 
Norwood, MA 02062 
Mr. Chris Sabato 
31 Haines Blvd. 
Port Chester, NY 10573 
Mr. Scott Saccoach 
832 Randolph St. 
Abington, MA 02351 
Ms. Christine Sadowski 
300 High Street 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Ms. Maureen Saliba 

15 Woodburn Dr. 
Methuen, MA 01844 
Mr. Nicholas Salvi 
83 Lindell Ave. 
Leominster, MA 01453 
Ms. Kimberly Samsel 
73 French Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Julie Sanders 
101 Southern Ave. 
Weymouth, MA 02188 
Ms. Norma Sanders 
P.O. Box 6 

W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 
Ms. Alissa Sandler 
27 Pinewood Rd. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Mr. Michael Sansone 
73 Oakdale Ave. 
Pawtucket, RI 02860 
Ms. Kathleen Santangelo 

16 Rounsevell Dr. 

E. Freetown, MA 02717 
Ms. Margarita Santiago 

12 Annis Ct. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Julie Santos 
186 Pleasant Street 
Rehoboth, MA 02769 
Mr. William Santos 
10 Sprague St. 
Peabody, MA 01960 
Ms. Lynda Sarazen 
19 Norman Rd. 
Melrose, MA 02176 
Ms. Jean Satchell 
109 Pleasant St. 
Northborough, MA 01532 
Ms. Paula Satinoff 

276 Plymouth Avenue 
E. Wareham, MA 02538 
Ms. Wendy Savlen 
583 Long Pond Rd. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Jennifer Scanga 
71 Manthorne Rd. 
W. Roxbury, MA 02132 
Ms. Samantha Schack 
685-18 Bay Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. John Schlatz 
P.O. Box 552 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Allen Scott 



46 Howland Rd. 
Freetown, MA 02717 
Mr. Thomas Scott 
12 Causeway Ln. 
Medfield, MA 02052 
Ms. Patricia Scully 
18 Gatehouse Rd. 
Westminster, MA 01473 
Mr. Walter Seaberg, Jr. 
37 Cedar St. 

E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 
Mr. Gary Seal 
3674 Kingstown Rd. 
West Kingston, RI 02892 
Mr. David Sebastiao 
319 Slades Comer Rd. 
S. Dartmouth, MA 02748 
Mr. Kenneth Segal 
54 Lexington Cir. 
Swampscott, MA 01907 
Ms. Lauretta Seggelin 

116 Palmer Mill Rd. 
Halifax, MA 02338 
Ms. Melina Seitzinger 
Six Sunset Ave. 
Bristol, RI 02809 

Ms. Denise Semedo 
51 Adams St. #1 
Boston, MA 02119 
Ms. Donna Sera 
12 Tucker Rd. 
Norfolk, MA 02056 
Mr. Asif Shahabuddin 
165 Puritan Dr. 
Quincy, MA 02169 
Mr. Richard Sheehan 
43 Hillcrest Avenue 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Barbara Shemkus 
8 Brook Street 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Mr. Thomas Sheridan Jr. 
69 West Lake Drive 
Weymouth, MA 02188 
Mr. Donald Sherman Jr. 
614 Crescent St. 
E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 
Ms. Laurie Sherren 
35 Purchase St. 
Middleborough, MA 02346 
Mr. Curtis Shippee 
800 N. Main St. 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Mr. Daniel Shockley 

117 Rogers Dr. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. Kary Shumway 
150 Harkness Rd. 
Pelham, MA 01002 
Ms. Jennifer Shute 
P.O. Box 5 

Holbrook, MA 02325 
Ms. Susan Siegel 

139 High Street Apt. 32 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Gina Siggens 
150 Butternut Ln. 
Methuen, MA 01844 
Mr. Jonathan Sikes 
Blandford Stage Rd. 
Russell, MA 01071 
Ms. Patricia Silk 
91 Oak St. 
Milton, MA 02186 
Ms. Sherrie Silveria 
185 North St. 
Mattapoisett, MA 02739 
Mr. Daniel Simmons 
252 Thatcher St. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Debra Simmons 
2000 Bay Street 129h 
Fall River, MA 02724 
Ms. Elisa Simonian 
6 Overlook Dr. 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 
Mr. Erik Sironen 
645 East 5th St. 
S. Boston, MA 02127 
Ms. Judith Skowyra 
138 Pleasant St. 
Pembroke, MA 02359 
Mr. Edward Slattery 
96-1 Belmont Ct. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Brian Smith 
63 Webb St. 
Weymouth, MA 02188 
Ms. Carolyn Smith 
246 Scadding Street 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Christine Smith 
340 Brook Rd. 
Milton, MA 02186 
Mr. Christopher Smith 
16 Winslow Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Claire Smith 
68 Highland St. 
S. Easton, MA 02375 



Ms. Debra Smith 

44 Canton St. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. Gregory Smith 

15 Nathaniel Paine Rd. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Jennifer Smith 

7 Young Ave. 
Norton, MA 02766 
Ms. Jennifer Smith 
58 Bank Street 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Laura Smith 
21 Lori Lane 

E. Bridgewater, MA 02333 
Mr. Paul Smith 
94 Kenwood St. 2nd Fir. 
Woonsocket, RI 02895 
Mr. Peter Smith 
13 James Street 
Norton, MA 02766 
Ms. Phyllis Smith 
160 Peach St. 
Brainrree, MA 02184 
Mr. Scott Smith 
5 Glen Terrace 
Bedford, MA 01730 
Ms. Tracy Smith 

5 Glen Terr. 
Bedford, MA 01730 
Ms. Jennifer Snelgrove 
167 Channing Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Nancy Soczek 
120 Sykes Road 
Seekonk, MA 02771 
Mr. Russell Sorin 

63 Sloane Dr. 
Framingham, MA 01701 
Ms. Lisa South 
181 Shaw St. 
Brainrree, MA 02184 
Ms. Deborah Southworth 
282 Ramblewood Drive 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Mr. Dennis Souza 
169 Winter St. 
N. Dighton, MA 02764 
Ms. Victoria Souza 
217 Brayton Avenue 
Fall River, MA 02721 
Ms. Gail Sowersby 
34 Hutton St. 
Fall River, MA 02720 
Ms. Diane Spada 
28 Glen St. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Ms. Gina Spadea 

21 Millett St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Merry Spallino 
40 Rosalind Rd. 

N. Weymouth, MA 02191 
Ms. Michele Spencer 
264 Crescent St. 
W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 
Mr. William Spencer 
39 Howe Street 
Ipswich, MA 01938 
Mr. Eugene Sperry Jr. 
92 Mcclelland Rd. 
Halifax, MA 02338 
Mr. Matthew 
Spiewakowski 

16 Dalesandro Ave. 
Dudley, MA 01570 
Ms. Jacquelyn Spinney 
20 Roger Rd. 
Holbrook, MA 02343 
Mr. John Splendore 

6 Hunter Drive 
Bow, NH 03301 
Ms. Linda Spletter 
94 Fales Road 

N. Attleboro, MA 02760 
Ms. Susan Sprague 
290 Green St. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Raymond St.Pierre 
221 Old Post Rd. 
N. Attleboro, MA 02760 
Ms. Carol Staffier 

22 Stratford Avenue 
Avon, MA 02322 
Ms. Lesley Stafford 
51 Benson St. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Ms. Michelle Staples 
67 Stetson St. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Mr. Michael Stead 
51 Standish Rd. 
Bellingham, MA 02019 
Ms. Amanda Steen 

17 Primrose Ln. 
Weymouth, MA 02189 
Mr. Todd Steiman 
274 Greenbrook Dr. 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Ms. Lori Stellmacher 
676 Plymouth St. 



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Middleborough, MA 02346 

Mr. John Stevens 

P.O. Box 187 

Upper Marlbor, MD 20772 

Ms. Sandra Stiles 

25 Jefferson Rd. 

Wellesley, MA 02181 

Ms. Kimberly Stoddard 

414 Hosmer Road 

Ashby, MA 01431 

Mr. Wayne Stoddart 

8 Worrall Road 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Sandra Stover 
40 Carrlyn Road 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Carolyn Straughn 
103 Ponderosa Drive 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Ms. Margaret Struzik 

9 Alice Ave. 
Pembroke, MA 02359 
Ms. Kristy Stuart 
106 West St. 
Carver, MA 02330 
Mr. David Sturgis 
165 Glen St. 
Rowley, MA 01969 
Ms. Maria Styles 
295 Lake St. 
Weymouth, MA 02189 
Ms. Brenda Sullivan 
18 P St. 

Hull, MA 02045 
Ms. Laura Sullivan 
343 Fisher St. 
Walpole, MA 02081 
Mr. Paul Sullivan 
8 Kimberly Dr. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Ms. Paula Sullivan 
248 Bailey St. 
Fall River, MA 02724 
Mr. Timothy Sullivan 
117 Homeland Dr. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Ms. Kathleen Sulmonte 
204 Chapel St. 
Abington, MA 02351 
Ms. Barbara Sutherland 
346 Union St. 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Mr. Douglas Sutherland 
218 Sand Springs Rd. 
Williamstown, MA 01267 
Mr. Jeffrey Sutherland 
63 Jenkins Ave. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Ms. Shirley Sutherland 
595 Wood Street 
Swansea, MA 02777 
Ms. Naoe Suzuki 
c/o Bill Drapo, Forgn. Stdt. 
Bridgewater, MA 02325 
Ms. Kristen Swain 
20 Perry Rd. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Patricia Swanson 
91 Lakewood Rd. 
S. Weymouth, MA 02190 
Ms. Dianne Sweeney 
25 Lakeview Ave. 
Braintree, MA 02184 
Ms. Lynn Sylvia 

10 Madison St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. Russell Sylvia 
97 Coffin Ave. 

New Bedford, MA 02746 
Ms. F. Symons 
22 Eisenhower Drive 
Norton, MA 02766 
Mr. Thomas Synan 
P.O. Box 868 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Mr. Dominic Tarn 
357 Union St. 
S. Weymouth, MA 02190 
Ms. Stacey Tardiff 
83 Pearl Street 
Middleborough, MA 02346 
Ms. Melissa Tarzopoulos 
34 Cedar Crest Dr. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Shaun Tavares 
90 Penniman St. 
New Bedford, MA 02740 
Mr. David Taylor 
20 Meetinghouse Lane 
S. Easton, MA 02375 
Ms. Kelley Taylor 
4 Nemasket Dr. 
Lakeville, MA 02347 
Mr. Luis Tejada 
4 Clinton Ct. 12 
Chelsea, MA 02150 
Ms. Brenda Telesetsky 
173 Walnut St. 
Chelsea, MA 02150 
Ms. Cheryl Terrasi 



460 Bay Road 

S. Easton, MA 02375 

Ms. Kristie Tessier 

16 Mile Brook Road 

W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 

Ms. Mary Tessier 

18 Dee Dee Cir. 

S. Middleboro, MA 02346 
Mr. Michael Thomas 

19 Empire Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Mr. Peter Thomas 
49 Kates Path 
Yarmouthport, MA 02675 
Ms. Theresa Thomas 
121 Hazel ton St. 
Boston, MA 02126 

Mr. William Thomas 
274 Hayward St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. John Thompson 
5 Dean St. 

S. Easton, MA 02375 
Mr. Scott Thompson 
619 Plymouth St. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Ms. Margaret Thompson- 
Levy 

11 Reese Circle 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Mr. Eric Thorson 
221 Plymouth St. 
Middleborough, MA 02346 
Mr. Charles Thrasher Jr. 
78 Beulah St. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Ms. Marjorie Tilden 
42 Smith Road 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Ms. Deirdre Tinlin 

35 Western Ave. 
Beverly, MA 01915 
Ms. Roberta Tocci 

20 Lantern Lane 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Judith Todd-McNichol 
137 South Pond Drive 
Brewster, MA 02631 

Ms. Jennifer Tomaso 
78 Hayward St. 
Milford, MA 01757 
Ms. Kelly Torosian 
78 Hampstead St. 
Methuen, MA 01844 
Mr. Thomas Torrey 
542 Summer St. 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Mr. Charles Tracey Jr. 

36 13th Avenue 
Halifax, MA 02338 

Mr. Michael Tranfaglia 

25 Rollins Rd. 

S. Easton, MA 02375 

Ms. Amy Trask 

128 Middlesex St. 

N. Andover, MA 01845 

Ms. Beth Trattel 

P.O. Box 134 

Cummaquid, MA 02637 

Ms. Elizabeth Travassos 

327 Vermont Avenue 

Somerset, MA 02726 

Ms. Joanne Travers 

74 Dover Rd. 

Millis, MA 02054 

Ms. Marie Travers 

40 Cornhill Ln. 

N. Marshfield, MA 02059 

Ms. Tracey Travers 

118 Clay Pond Road 

Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 

Ms. Lisa Trebby 

51 Horan Way 

Stoughton, MA 02072 

Ms. Dauphne Trenholm 

1 Price Rd. 

Peabody, MA 01960 

Ms. Julie Trima 

16 Capron St. 

Attleboro, MA 02730 

Mr. Scott Troll 

P.O. Box 128 

Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 

Ms. Jennifer Trombly 

P.O. Box 829 

Lenox, MA 01240 

Ms. Cheryl Trowbridge 

1340 County St. Unit 71 

Attleboro, MA 02703 

Mr. Robert Tsouprake 

45 Clayton Cir. 

Orleans, MA 02653 

Mr. Brendan Tully 

67 R Raymond St. 

Manchester, MA 01944 

Ms. Jill Turati 

12-B Duncan Dr. 

S. Deerfield, MA 01373 

Ms. Joyce Turnbull 

22 River St. 

Middleborough, MA 02346 



Mr. Stephen Turner 

14 Winslow Road 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 
Mr. Michael Turin 

10 Walford Pk. Dr. 
Canton, MA 02021 
Ms. Stacey Tweten 

15 Knollwood Rd. 
Medfield, MA 02052 
Mr. Todd Tyer 

5 Hill Rd. 

Bedford, MA 01730 
Ms. Efstathia Tzevelekou 
180 Main Street Apt. 3201 
Bridgewater, MA 02325 
Mr. Craig Uni 
64 Horan Way 
Stoughton, MA 02072 
Mr. Carlo Urciuoli 
127 College Dr. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Mr. Richard Uva 

27 Elm Avenue 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Kristan Van Amburg 

11 HerschelSt. 
Lynn, MA 01902 
Ms. Sherri Vaughn 
515 Main St. 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Ms. Paula Vespaziani 
8 Pine Tree Dr. 
Middleborough, MA 02346 
Ms. Sherri Vieira 

10 Wordell 
Freetown, MA 02717 
Ms. Judith Vieno 

37 Fuller Rd. 
Weymouth, MA 02191 
Ms. Joyce Viveiros 
299 Sprague St. 

Fall River, MA 02724 
Ms. Janna Vrlik 

1 Connecticut Ave. 

E. Harwich, MA 02645 
Ms. Elaine Vurpillatte 
699 Clark Road 
Lakeville, MA 02347 
Ms. Karin Wagar 
10 Woodland St. 
Sharon, MA 02067 
Ms. Linda Wagner 
P.O. Box 315 
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 
Mr. Kevin Waitke vich 
161 North St. 
Foxborough, MA 02035 
Mr. Andre Walker 
193 Fairmount Street 
Boston, MA 02124 
Mr. Clayton Walker 
159 Dwelly Road 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Susan Walker 

2 Tudor Place 
Hingham, MA 02043 
Ms. Kerry Wall 
401 Reservoir Street 
Norton, MA 02766 
Ms. Martha Wall 

28 Pleasant St. 
Saugus, MA 01906 
Mr. Scott Wallace 
52 Sycamore St. 
Swansea, MA 02777 
Ms. Lynne Walmsley 
33 Bryant St. 

N. Dartmouth, MA 02747 
Mr. David Walsh 
52 Aldrich St. 
Roslindale, MA 02131 
Mr. Thomas Walsh 
228 W. Elm St. 
Pembroke, MA 02359 
Ms. Stefanie Walter 
332 Granite Street 
Quincy, MA 02169 
Ms. Joy Wangnoon 
228 Forrest Ave. 
Brockton, MA 02401 
Ms. Wendi Washburn 
1 75 Robinson Street 
Raynham, MA 02767 
Ms. Kathleen Wasik 
579 Walnut St. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Heather Watson 
91 West St. 
Medway, MA 02053 
Mr. James Way 
22 Florence Cir. 
Medway, MA 02053 
Ms. Danielle Webber 
36 Dunham Rd. #401 
Beverly, MA 01915 
Mr. Gideon Webster 
1524 Wellington St. 
Dighton, MA 02715 
Ms. Lisa Weinberg 

38 Henri Street 
Somerset, MA 02726 



Mr. Richard Weinhold 

26 Butman St. 
Beverly, MA 01915 
Ms. Karol Welburn 
142 Rowayne Pk. 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Mr. Thomas Welch 
15 Barton St. 
Taunton, MA 02780 
Ms. Joyce Whalen 
97 Brentwood Cir. 
N. Andover, MA 01845 
Ms. Pamela Whelchel 
666 Lincoln St. 
Duxbury, MA 02332 
Ms. Debra Whipple 
Black Plain Rd. 
N. Smithfield, RI 02895 
Mr. David White 
7 Glendale Woods 
Southampton, MA 01073 
Ms. Kerry White 
296 Wood St. 

Middleborough, MA 02346 
Ms. Marsha White 
17 Plain St. 

W. Bridgewater, MA 02379 
Ms. Mary White 
17BacklundDr. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Marybeth White 
239 Maple St. 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Mr. Scott White 
207 Plain St. 
Norton, MA 02766 
Ms. Carina Whiting 
5 Windy HI. Dr. 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Jennifer Whitman 
925 Washington St. 
Abington, MA 02351 
Ms. Deborah Wilcox 
172 Burgess Rd. 
Somerset, MA 02726 
Ms. Sheila Wilcox 
418 Woodward St. 
Newton, MA 02168 
Mr. Kevin WUcoxen 
46 Hilldale Rd. 
S. Weymouth, MA 02190 
Ms. Margaret Wilds 
363 Mt. Vernon St. 
Dedham, MA 02026 
Ms. Christine Williams 
564 East Street 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Frances Williams 
212 Franklin St. 
Whitman, MA 02382 
Mr. Samuel Williams Jr. 
P.O. Box 526 
Bridgewater, MA 02324 
Ms. Sandra Williams 
201 Cross St. 
Hanson, MA 02341 
Ms. Beth Williamson 
13 Pleasant Circle 
Methuen, MA 01844 
Ms. Cynthia Wilson 

21 White Street 

S. Weymouth, MA 02190 
Ms. Tara Wilson 
15 Colonial Way 
Scituate, MA 02066 
Ms. Deborah Woessner 
282 Dedham St. 
Wrentham, MA 02093 
Ms. Theresa Wolent 
518 Summer St. 
Abington, MA 02351 
Ms. Carol Wontkowski 
25 Maple St. 
Attleboro, MA 02703 
Ms. Judy Woo 
68 Fernandes Cir. 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Mr. Donald Woodcock Jr. 
10 Norton Glen Rd. 122 
Norton, MA 02766 
Ms. Debra Woodman 
31 Kathleen Rd. 
Brockton, MA 02402 
Ms. Diane Woodside 
31 Buzzards Bay Ave. 
Buzzards Bay, MA 02532 
Ms. Donna Wright 
1155 Nantasket Ave. 
Hull, MA 02045 
Ms. Jill Wright 
41 Highfield Drive 
Sandwich, MA 02563 
Mr. Timothy Wright 
65 Stirling St. 
Longmeadow, MA 01106 
Ms. Jacquelyne Wyatt 
P.O. Box 700 
W. Falmouth, MA 02574 
Mr. Lionel Yearwood 

22 Clubhouse Dr. 
Willingboro, NJ 08046 



Mr. John Young 

23 Granite St. 
Abington, MA 02351 
Ms. Marguerite Young 
Mayflower Court Bldg. 3 
Pembroke, MA 02359 
Ms. Robin Young 

7 Birch Lane 
Byfield, MA 01922 

Ms. Jennifer Youngworth 

8 Cricket Lane 
Randolph, MA 02368 
Ms. Alyson Zammitti 
3 Sherburne Rd. 
Lexington, MA 02173 
Ms. Lisa Zannotti 

26 Manor Road 
Auburn, MA 01501 
Mr. David Zemotel 
89 Old Farm Rd. 
Hanover, MA 02339 
Mr. Michael Zeoli 
15 Independence Dr. 
Woburn, MA 01801 
Mr. Nicholas Zeoli 
436 E. Water St. 
Rockland, MA 02370 
Ms. Ann Zgrodnik 
36 Elm Street 
HatSeld, MA 01038 
Ms. Jane Ziemski 
2215 Windward Way 
Vero Beach, FL 32963 
Ms. Kristine Ziniti 
253 Prospect Street 
S. Easton, MA 02375 
Ms. Sandra Zinkevich 
Ellisville Road 
Plymouth, MA 02360 
Ms. Sandra Zoppo 
630 S. Main St. 
Sharon, MA 02067 
Ms. Mia Zottoli 
Erickson Rd. 
Ashby, MA 01431 









BSC DIRECTORY 195 



When in Bridgew ater. . . 



There are ten fraternities and 
sororities at Bridge water State 
College, which strive for the 
very best in community service, 
academics, education, indi- 
viduality, personal growth, and 
a host of other traits. 

Greek Life has grown sub- 
stantially in the past five years, 
with nearly one-third of the 
resident population being 
Greek. And the trend is con- 
tinuing. In the Fall of 1991, 
three new Greek organizations 
will be added to the college. 

Bridgewater *s Greek life is on 
the move, and it's moving fast. 






1991 Greeks at BSC 

Alpha Eta Rho (A H P) 

Gamma Phi Beta (rOB) 

Phi Pi Delta (O n A) 

Phi Sigma Sigma (O X X) 

Sigma Chi (X X) 

Sigma Pi (X II) 

Sigma Tau Gamma (X T F) 

Theta Chi (0 X) 

Theta Phi Alpha (0 O A) 

Tau Alpha Kappa (T A K) 



...do as the Greeks do J 




A H P 



Alpha 



Eta 



Rho 




First Row: Bob Beloin, Jamie Amerault, Mike Bortolotto, Mark Zubricki, Joe Loguidice. Second Row: Andy Intrieri, Chris Comeau, Mike McCarron, Mike 
Caracoglia, Michele Emberg, Joyce Beaulieu. Third Row: Kirk Niehoff, Mark Foster, Steve Prize, Corey Denham, Doug Mcoy, Ed Comstock, Dave Watton. 
Mike Perry, Leah Riddle, Laurie Poirier. Fourth Row: Ron Andre, Nelson Ortiz, Darryl Buldoc, Chuck Eaton, Robert Tsouprake, Greg Machacz, Neil Seymore. 
Dana Colten. 



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Alpha Eta Rho "Is A Must 

Bridge water's Alpha Eta Rho Fraternity is a chapter of the National 
Aviation Honor Society Phi Beta Sigma, which recognizes men and 
women who have an interest in Aviation Science. Members of AHP 
build lifelong friendships, gain experience in aviation through contacts 
with professionals, and contribute to the community by means of 
public service. 

Alpha Eta Rho has benefited numerous organizations in the past and 
is continuing to do so. Some of the organizations which have benefited 
from AHP include the Special Olympics, the Boy Scouts of America, 
and Main Spring Shelter in Brockton. 

The BSC Chapter of AHP, like its national organization, is dedicated 
to the promotion of excellence in the field of Aviation. They have also 
shown their dedication to BSC. With their growth and strength, they 
will continue to do so for the years to come. 




O X X 



Phi 



Sigma 



Sigma 




Front Row: Marilyn Richard, Pam Harrington, Lauren Cunningham, Janet MacDonald, Cindy Stefanick, Kathy Wall, Linette Villegas. Second Row: Christine 
Graham, MaryEllen DeRoche, Donna Fogel, Amy Dipasqua, Laura Gollnick, Alison Cook, Kate Reidy. Laura Sullivan. Third Row: Amy Law, Kathy Kanuse, 
Vickie Souza, Lara Smith, Jennifer Tomaso, Lauren Lauria, Susan Fregeau, Michelle Gori, Julie Gray, Sandy Gentile, Kelly Chase, Andrea Ayer, Karen 
Courtney. Fourth Row: Amy Stevens, Cathy Sherman, Lauren Farina, Melissa Kelley, Jennifer Broman, Shelli Groves, Tracey Harrington, Stephanie Reardon, 
Shelly Mello, Kathleen Johnson, Heather Weldon, Brooke Burgess, Kelly Stevens, Roberta Taglieri, Nina Del Negro, BrendaZellen, Kelley Martin, Lisa Wilson. 



"Aim High!" 

Phi Sigma Sigma National sorority was founded in 1913 by 10 
women at Hunter College, NY. <J>EL was established to promote 
scholarship, service, and sisterhood and would be open to all women, 
regardless of race, religion, or creed. 

In February 1989, 39 sisters were installed as the Epsilon Iota 
chapter of <J>ZI at BSC. Today, their membership includes over 70 
women who are committed to achieving the ideals of their founding 
sisters. 

Service projects and philanthropy projects include can good drives, 
ian annual sleep out for the homeless with Sigma Pi fraternity, a jail and 
bail project which raises money for the National Kidney Foundation,, 
and numerous other events. 







X X 



Sigma 



Chi 




Front Row: Peter Padula, Greg Sheedy, David DeVincentis, Mike Whitelaw, Mike Cox, Glenn Doulette, Tim Gaudreau, Mark Hollick, Jeff Gorton. Second Row: 
Dave Abdallah, Chris Thompson, David Rumrill, Matt Spiewakowski, Doug Eckelkamp, Wayne Lombardi, Tony Boccuzzo, Mike Cavanaugh, Brian Scott, Chris 
Perna, Steve Hoffman, Chris Guay, Mike Dawson, Steve Ross, Dave Wallace, Gary Grodecki, Kevin Danahy. Third Row: Aaron Barton, Damon Thomas, Eric 
Loring, Mike McConnville, Mike Stasiak, Mike McGonigle, Matt DeBrocke, Justin Jerome. 



"The Power of Brotherhood" 

The Bridgewater State College chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity was 
installed in 1 983. Since the founding fathers of this National Fraternity, 
in 1855, there have been over 215 chapters established on campuses 
across the United States and Canada. 

EX is dedicated to the unification of diversity, development of 
leadership, and establishment of high ideals. The fraternity challenges 
each member to reach his fullest potential as an individual, as well as 
a group member. They have received several awards from the Inter- 
national headquarters, as well as from the college for contributions to 
public service. 

XX's largest contribution to public service comes every spring with 
their annual Derby Days events, which benefit BSC's Children's 
Developmental Clinic. (See photos, next page). 




Sigma Chi's Derby Days 



Sigma Chi held their Fifth 
Annual Derby Days celebration in 
mid-April. The week-long event is 
performed to raise money for the 
Children's Physical Developmental 
Clinic at BSC. 

Included in the week is a 
banner making competition, lip sync 
contest, as well as various field and 
relay events. The winning team for 
1991 was Damon Thomas' team, as 
seen right performing in the lip sync 
contest. 





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Sigma 



Pi 




Front Row: Craig DeMello, Earl Bercier, Paul Chaplin, Geoff Jumper, Pat Pearce. Second Row: Eric Frost, Tom Ross, Gary Erikson, David Mason, Jim Austin, 
Paul Bonin, Anthony Regan, Ed Levesque. Third Row: Chris Caouette, Chris Bingham, Paul MacDonald, Toby Douthwright, Scott Moulton, Jon Sikes, Ronald 



Hough. 



"1 



Brotherhood, Excellence, Service" 

Sigma Pi received their charter in April, 1989. Since then, they 
have been the fastest growing fraternity at BSC. The Eta Eta chapter 
was established to provide the men of BSC the opportunity to join an 
organization which is dedicated to the well being of its members. 2TI 
prides itself on being a source of support for its members and alumni. 

ZFTs interests are three fold: Brotherhood, Academic Excellence, 
and Community Service. HI strives to maintain a tight bond of 
brotherhood while recognizing each individual's attributes. They are 
also dedicated to helping each member reach their potential, academi- 
cally, as well as individually. 

Xn also prides themselves as an organization which is there when 
the community needs them. In the past year, they have "Dropped a 
Quarter" for the Developmental Clinic, held (in October, 1990) their 
first annual Fall Fest for Multiple Sclerosis, and continued with their 
annual "Sleep Out For the Homeless" with Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. 
HI is on the move. 




r o b 



Gamma 



Phi 



Beta 




Front Row: Lynne Fortier, Lori Lind, Kathy Hughes, Suzanne Baivier, Courtney Jones, Kimi Cook, Kimberly Molle, Michelle Comeau, Beth Vadala, Kati Dolan, 
Joanne Anderson, Gina DiCarlo. Second Row: Barbara Ann McCabe, Lynne Haberstroh, Debbie Gately, Jennifer Murrier, Kristin Doane, Carol Christoffersen, 
Kristy Freedman, Dee Ann Bettgenhauser, Lisa Henshaw, Sandra Skoczolek, Jenn Kunze. Third Row: Sue Whalen, Melissa Field, Nicole Medeiros, Judy 
Grenier, Susan Little, Diedra Smith, Lori Settele, Laura Owens, Aura Alves. 



Gamma Phi Beta: "Sorority" 

Gamma Phi Beta sorority, in addition to being one of the oldest 
women' s fraternal organizations in America, was the first group to coin 
the term "sorority." 

rOB's Epsilon Eta chapter was founded at BSC in 1987. The 
organization, which has grown to more than 145 chapters in the US and 
Canada, is now more than 60 strong at BSC. r<E>B was founded in 1 874 
at Syracuse (NY) University. 

rOB is involved in numerous community service projects, philan- 
thropy projects, fund-raisers, and international support groups. 

In the 1990-1991 year, the organization was spearheading a letter 
writing campaign to the troops in the Middle East, along with Theta Chi 
fraternity. And in the spring, the Gamma Phi's held their annual Rock- 
a-Thon, which raises money to benefit BSC's Children's Physical 
Developmental Clinic. 




z t r 



Sigma 



Tau 



Gamma 




Front Row: Dana Cutter. Second Row: Brian Brown, Sal Zerilli, Larry Marchese, Sean Ward, Ted Jones. Third Row: Diego Hayon, Pat Flynn, Greg Wyse, Bruce 
Connolly, Dennis Bicknell (Advisor), Bryon Hayes, Bill Richard, Jim Sahady, John DiSanto, Leonard Orr, Keith Reilly. 



"Taking Tradition to Tomorrow" 

The Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity was founded at Bridgewater 
State College in 1989. XTX is a "personal" fraternity, which values 
each of its members and seeks to promote personal growth and 
development. ZTT began in 1920 with 17 young men and today, it 
holds more than 45,000 members from more than 110 colleges 
across the United States, and it continues to grow. 

"Believing that all men are social creatures, and that friendships of 
college men are lasting ones, £TT seeks to promote these associa- 
tions through a social fraternity that will uphold the true standards of 
Brotherhood." 

XTX does several charity and service projects throughout the year, 
including a homeless shelter clean-up and blanket drive, and an an- 
nual Rape Awareness Week. But, the Sig Taus are best known for 
their Winterfest Softball Tournament, which benefits the Cystic 
Fibrosis Foundation (See photos, next page). 






4^ n • 



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Winterfest Softball Tournament 




X 



Theta 



Chi 




t 




if 








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w 





Front Row: Kenneth Segal, Michael Perry, Roger Leary, Bill Pezzano, Steve O'Neil. Second Row: Adam Wolkon, Matt Maderos, Mark Viola, John Powers. 
Robert Bry, Asif Shahabuddin. Third Row: Chris Pease, Kary Shumway, Peter Thomas, Jonathan Dyer, Dave Allen, Eric Corfield. 



"Alma Mater First" 

Theta Chi fraternity was founded at BSC in 1989. The colony of 
OX offer many attributes which help men become accustomed to 
college life. Once a man pledges OX, he becomes someone special. 
Once that person is a brother, they have something that will last a 
lifetime- someone to call a friend. 

Theta Chi is involved in numerous public service and community 
service projects. During the 1990-1991 year, the helped in a letter 
writing campaign for the troops in the Middle East, with Gamma Phi 
Beta sorority, visited nursing homes, participated in Walks for 
Hunger. 

And in March 1991, OX held their first annual Mad Olympiad. 
The money raised from this event benefited the American Cancer 
Society. The event consisted of several games of skill and chance in 
which teams from organizations at BSC competed against one 
another- all to help raise money for fighting Cancer. (See photos, 
next page) 




The First Annual Mad Olympiad 



The Brothers of Theta Chi held their 
First Annual Mad Olympiad, in mid- April, 
to raise money for the American Cancer 
Society. 

Events on this weekend "funfest" in- 
cluded a water balloon toss, Jell-o stuff, 
dizzy bat relay race, and 'leap frog' to 
name a few. 

Ten teams often participated in the event, 
helping the group to raise nearly $500 for 
the American Cancer Society. 



■SHMflfS 




O A 



Theta 



Phi 



Alpha 




Front Row: TinaHennigan, Wendy Blackwell, Darlene Blanchard, Sue Medeiros, Laura Eagle. Second Row: Claire McCarthy, Christen Quigley, Lori Fitts, Amy 
Bradford, Denise Quadros, Lisa Forte, Diane DiMarco, Ann Marie Flannagan, Jen Buell. Third Row: Aileen Donahue, Megan McKinnon, Nanda Van Dyke, 
Allyson Crawford, Patti Reardon, Amy Flannagan, Tara Cronin, Colleen Jamison, Laurie Beaulieu, Valerie White, Laureen DiLiberti. Fourth Row: Christine 
Cricco, Oriana Botelho, Sherri Vaughn, Simone St. Pierre, Allison Ditto, Elaine Wormstead, Laurie Tomczykowski, Michelle Bahret, Christine Canavan, Kim 
Rayhor. 



"Developing Sisterhood" 

Theta Phi Alpha is a national sorority which organized in 1912 to 
promote close personal companionship among women at colleges 
and to advance their intellectual, spiritual, philanthropic, and social 
interests; to provide lifelong bonds of friendship; and to serve the 
college and community. 

Beginning as a local sorority, Delta Psi Rho, Theta Phi Alpha was 
installed as a chapter at BSC in May 1990. 0<&A is involved in 
numerous charities and public service projects, including food and 
can drives, visits to area nursing homes, and fund-raisers. 

Theta Phi is the new kid on the block in terms of Greek Organiza- 
tions, but that does not bother them. There is room for growth and 
improvement within the Greek system at BSC. And the women of 
0<E>A believe they can bring this quality to the college. Although 
0OA has only been around for one year, they have a strong vision. 




VJ 1 C Civ 



Week 



1991 



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1991 Standings 


First 


Sigma Chi 


Second 


Sigma Pi 


Third 


Gamma Phi Beta 


Fourth 


Theta Chi 


Fifth 


Alpha Eta Rho 




Phi Sigma Sigma 


Seventh 


Theta Phi Alpha 


Eighth 


Phi Pi Delta 


Ninth 


Sigma Tau Gamma 



Sigma Pi's chariot. 



A week like no other 

Greek Week 1991 came with its usual mix of fun and competition. 
Nine fraternities and sororities at BSC came out to see which group 
was "the best" in terms of these events. 

The week began with a 'Greek Salad' trivia contest, and was 
followed by swimming events, a chariot race, wacky relay races, and 
culminated on the weekend with the field events. 

On Saturday, events included a car squeeze, dizzy bat, a limbo 
contest, frisbee toss, and musical chairs. 

Overall, Sigma Chi was the Greek Week 1991 champion, followed 
by the 1990 champions Sigma Pi. Gamma Phi Beta came in third 
place, follwed by Theta Chi in fourth. Alpha Eta Rho and Phi Sigma 
Sigma tied for fifth place, followed by Theta Phi Alpha, Phi Pi Delta. 
Sigma Tau Gamma brought up the rear in ninth place. 



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Sigma Chi Fraternity was the 

overall winner of Greek Week 
1991. (Above) they await the start 
of the chariot race. (Left) they 
celebrate their victory, as the 
overall winners were announced. 



JGreek Week 1991J 



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Passing the egg (above) was one 
of the many events included in 
the wacky relay race. (Top Right) 
A brother from Theta Chi sees 
how low he can go in the limbo 
race. Meanwhile, Sigma Pi's Fuke 
(below) shoves his brothers into 
the car in the car squeeze. 





I 




Members of Theta Chi and their 
friends take some time out from 
the Greek Week 1991 events 
(above). Eating crackers and 
whistling (left) was another event 
held in the day's wacky relay 
races. 



{Greek Week 199^ 



Afro- American Society 



?ront Row: Evette Neville, Tawnya M. Smith, Eric Taundoo, 
Vadine Lilley, Stacey Brandon. Back Row: Sherri L. Teixeira, 
Iracey Hector, Jose Lobo, Kenny Hoskins, Chrissy Jarvis, 
Vlichelle Wells, Linda Goss, Jacqui Rosa. 







Amnesty International 



; ront Row: Christine Cleary, Bruce Connolly, Dauphne 
rrenholm, Denise Bolduc. Back Row: Prof. Vernon Domingo 
Faculty Advisor), Tammi Hough, Michelle Gavin, Karen 
Dexter, Cheryl Lynch, Katherine Jacobs. 





Athletic Training Club 



'ront Row: Jim Whalen, Gina Marie DiCarlo, Tara Dolan, 
<im Benham, Ann Landry. Back Row: Kathleen Sougnez, 
Vlichelle Banville, Debbie Hidenfelter, Dave Allen, Janna 
tfrlik, Laurie Collyer, Jackie Tuce, Peter Gruco, Jeanna 
?olonchek (Club Advisor). 




2181 ACTIVITIL 




Campus Center 
Program Committee 



Front Row: Joyce Whalen, Deirdre Tinlin, Jeffrey 
Rothberg, Heather Watson, Craig DeMello. Back Row: 
Jaclyn Capavella, Robbyn Leach, Jane Le, Janet Cuttle, 
Jacqueline Lobos, Mary-Elizabeth Butler, Douglas S. Eck- 
elkamp III, Kelly Herman. Third Row: Jose Lobo, Doug 
Sutherland, Paul Dolaney, Dana C. Cutter, Larry Mar- 
chese, Karen Courtney, Scott Enos, Kathy Devine, Mi- 
chael Cavanaugh, Marie Travers, Brenda Lawton. 





Front Row: Jennifer Duval, Maurice Rondeau, Laura Col- 
clough, Shauna Havlin, Michelle Gadbois. Back Row: Dr. 
Liberies, James DeTerra, Peadar Vaughan, Jonathan Dyer, 
Kurt Walker, Jennifer Amaral, Aaron Che Pina. 




Front Row: Kathleen Hughes, James DeTerra, Karen Hynes, 
Mynnde Russell. Back Row: Leighann McGovern, Maurice 
Rondeau, Barbara DiMartino, Jennifer Condon, Shauna Hav- 
lin, Michelle Gadbois, Aaron Che Pina. Third Row: Jennifer 
Duval, Peader Vaughan, Allen Scott, Christine Lynch, Laura 
Colclough, Peter Parisi, Jonathan Dyer, Kurt Walker, Jennifer 
Amaral. 



ACTIVITIES \219[ 



Christian Fellowship 



'ront Row: Priscilla Bonanno, Kate Beveridge, Rev. Chang- 
lee Son, Sue Frechette, Allyson Witt, Jenna Mooney. Back 
tow: Gina M. Galego, Diane V. Dolge, Cara Gordon, Jennifer 
imolinski, Bradford MacPherson, Earl Smith, Sherri Noyes, 
)aniel MacPerson. Missing: Greg Kane, Gary Kane, Jeff Gree- 
ish, Gavin Thomas, Lucy Galego, Brian Bonjokian, Heidi 
!cklund, Don Silva, Abby Uva, Rich Uva, Helen Son, John 
ihimkos. 




Circle K International 



'ront Row: Niki Gilbert, Kristen Darling. Back Row: Elena 
durphy (Secretary), Jeff Driscoll (Tresurer), Kris Aristide (2nd 
/ice Presidnet), Mary Jean Papalia. Missing: David Emrick, 
sfancy Dourian, Ellie Swift, Zachary Pelchat, Kate O'Hare, 
Zhristine Michaud, Patrick Marshall, Jodi Lanza, Keith 
)esrosiers, Maura Deneen, Lisa Brewer, Tracy Vendetti (1st 
/ice President), Dan Boucher (President), Jennifer Leedham. 







College Republicans 



<ront Row: William C. Hunt (Secretary), Charles E. Doherty 
President), Paul J. Doyle (Vice President). Back Row: George 
3ourguignon, Les Benzak, Lawrence P. Marchese 
Chairman), Tim Donegan (Treasurer), Sean M. Ward (2nd 
/ice Presidnet), George F. Bova Jr. 




220 J ACTIVITIES 







Communications Club 



Front Row: Heidi McHugh (Treasurer), Cathy Clark 
(President), Linda Nihill (Vice President). Back Row: 
Suzanne Jolicoeur, Jacqueline Lobos (Secretary), George 
Bourguignon (2nd Vice President), Jen Willett (Public 
Relations), Linda Braga (Social Director). 




Earth Science and 
Geography Club 



Front Row: Dr. Enright, Paul E. Donnelly, Kimberly 
Hazelton, Andrea Neal, Charles J. McDonald. Back Row: 
Derick Bodamer, Pam Cruickshank, Deborah Marshall, 
Kathleen Counter, Denise Bonneau, Wendy Provance, Scott 
Joseph. 








English Club 



Front Row: Elsa Ascenso (President), Amy Mastrodomenico 
(Secretary), Tracey Gagne (Treasurer). Back Row: Paul 
Sanford, Alex Wallace (Vice President), Dominic Costa, Paul 
E. Lambert. Missing: Kerry Toles. 



ACTIVITIES \221 



Ensemble Theatre 



Front Row: Peter Ashworth, Scott Gagnon, Krista M. Watson, 
Nicole Cox, Susan Putnam. Back Row: Paul Ricciardi, Shauna 
Havlin, Barbara DiMartino, Susan L. Botelho, Tamara Perry, 
rhird Row: Neil Burns, Jennifer Duval, Peter Parisi, Jennifer 
M. Condon, Neil Borden, Scott Lema, Aaron Che Pina, Elena 
Murphy. 





Future Teachers 
Association 



Bottom: Kristen Darling (Past President), Christine McDonald 
[President). Top: Lisa Marcheterre (Treasurer). 





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Front Row: Christine E. Santheson, Leighann McGovern, 
Kimberly E. Edwards, Eric D. Anderson. Back Row: Jim 
Hardiman, Chuck Eaton, Derick Bodamer, Tim Edwards, 
Michael McGrath, William Santos, Brian Aguiar. 




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HPERD 



Front Row: Katie Cranston, Sharon Hughes, April Con- 
rad, Emily Belanger, Robyn Ceriani. Back Row: Dennis 
Souza, Michelle McCauley, Christopher Rappold, Regula 
Brechbuehl, Peter Gruca, Mario Montesi, Kara Kennedy, 
Anne Marie Cloutier, Karol Welburn. 







International Club 



First Row: Zihang Zheng, Suzanne E. Vliet, Claude Hatoum, 
Lizzie Ngwenya, Jackie Dunn, Caroline Ferris, Second Row: 
Paulo Vicente, Crystal Hall, Laura Colclough, Anne Marie 
Cloutier, Amy Poirier, Jon Harwood, Eduardo Nettle. Third 
Row: Helder Magalhaes, Christine Lynch, Helena Rodrigues, 
Oguz Aglamaz, Regula Brechbuehl, Kristen L. Coyne, Gillian 
C. Vidler, Clare Farnan, Satish Joseph. 







Mass PIRG 



Front Row: Denise Bolduc, Jessica Parsons, Melissa Maher, 
Allyson Witt. Second Row: Dauphne Trenholm, Cathy Sher- 
man, Tracey Harrington, Allison Jewell, Carolyn Francis, 
Jolene Pothier, Shirley Christian. 



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NSSLHA 



Front Row: Gina Galego (Vice President), Sharon Orso 
(President), Kathy Wall (Treasurer). Back Row: Pamela L. 
deSena, Suzanne M. Jolicoeur, Kerry Toler, Judith Grenier, 
Suzanne Bouvier. Missing: Dee Ann Bettgenhauser, Laura 
Maestri, Kristen Doncaster, Tiffany Jolie, Lisa McArthy. 






Peer Ministry 



First Row: Theresa O'Donnell, Michelle Gadbois, Suzanne 
Cournoyer, Kelly Herman, Suzanne Frechette, Amy Poirier, 
Lynne Sarazen, Joanne Smith. Second Row: Jessica Brown, 
Micole Medeiros, Laura Morrell, Cindy Morrison, Barbara 
McCann, Kristen Cole, Barbara McCabe, Jennifer Mello, An- 
nette Jones. Third Row: Andrea Fuccione, Jane Ziemski, Pris- 
cilla Bonano, Jennifer Puleo, Kathleen Fontaine, Kim Molle, 
Lisa Henshaw, Julie Muldoon, John Kourtz, Christine 
Graboski, Susan Comstock.* Fourth Row: Vera Borges, Sr. Jo- 
Ann Veillette, Robert Rayne, Gina DiCarlo, Laura Tucker, 
Kathleen Hughes, Christopher Miner, Annamarie Bonos, 
Suzanne Bouvier, Kathleen Mahoney, Grace DeAbreu, Fr. 
Bob Connors, Chuck Hart, Jennifer Joseph. Fifth Row: Paul 
Ricciardi, Stacey Hurley, Eric Corfield, Kristen Coyne, Mi- 
chael Almeida, Michael Adams, Michelle Corby, Lewis Mc- 
Conkey, Elizabeth Barton, Mary Jean Papalia, Tara 
O'Donnell, Christopher Oliveira, Laura Colclough, Wendy 
Washburn, Peter Atherton, Adam Wolken, Charles Doherty. 






Physics Club 



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Political Science Club 



Front Row: Gracieta S. DeAbreu, Jacqueline Buckley, Ed- 
ward J. Tighe (Secretary). Back Row: Charles F. Bata 
(President), Roger C. Leary Jr., Shaheen Mozaffar, Chris- 
topher Perra (Vice President), Jeremy Henrichen. 



Political Science Honor 
Society 



Front Row: Gracieta S. DeAbreu (President), Jacqueline Buck- 
ley. Back Row: Charles F. Bata, Shaheen Mozaffar (Advisor), 
Christopher Perra (Vice President). 




Residence Hall Council 



Front Row: Susan Brangan, Thuy Cook, Hollie Crosbie, Tracy 
DeMaio, Cindy Ciavattieri, Robin King, Tamme Henderson. 
Back Row: Heidi McHugh, Lenny Riley, Stephen Carney, 
Christopher Messina, Art Farlowe, Janie Andrews, Paula 
Budnomo. 



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Student Alumni 
Relations Committee 



Front Row: Nina DelNegro (Secretary), Mary Ellen DeRoche 
(Treasurer), Lauren Lauria (Chairperson for Public Relations), 
Donna Fogel (Vice President of Membership). Back Row: 
Kelly Stevens, Mario Montesi, John Hodgkins, Allison Jewell, 
Denis Prindeville, Tracey H. Harrington (Vice President of 
Events), Kathy Kanuse, Andrea Ayer (President). 




SCEC 



Christine Keegan, Heidi Marie Magoon (President), Andrea 
Caramando, Crystal Hall. 




Tour Guides 



First Row: Heather Haynes, Anne-Marie Cloutier, Jenn 
Kunze, Carol Christoffersen, Kris Aristide. Second Row: Kris- 
tin Mahoney, Heidi McGugh, Julie Webber, Annmaria Bonos, 
Maribeth Koczela. Third Row: Edward Tighe, Lisa Delande, 
Jeff Driscoll, Jennifer Shaw, Michael Almeida, Chris Manier, 
Bob Astapovch, Dave White. 



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Student Government 
Association (Congressional) 



First Row: Roger Leary, Charles Hart (Student Trustee). 
Second Row: Peter F. Atherton (Attorney General), David 
Morris (Treasurer), Edward J. Tighe (Vice President), 
Charles Doherty (President), Linda Braga (Secretary), 
Christopher Perra (Chairman of Congress). Third Row: 
Laura Morrell, Nicole Medeiros, Sherri L. Teixeira, Paul 
Branagan, Jeremy Henrichen, Charles F. Bata, Lawrence 
P. Marchese, Rick Damon, Cindy Morrison, Bob Joyce. 



Student Government 
Association (Executive) 



Front Row: Jorge Orta, Jeffrey Lane, Charles E. Doherty 
(President). Back Row: Linda Braga (Secretary), Edward J. 
Tighe (Vice President), Sean M. Ward, Lawrence P. Mar- 
chese, Paul J. Doyle. 



Student Government 
Association (Judicial) 



Front Row: Charles F. Bata (Chief Justice), Tara O'Donnell. 
Back Row: Scott Johnson, John Healy, Paul Doyle, George 
Bova. 



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UPRISINGS IN IRAQ IN WAKE OF GULF WAR ARE CRUSHED 
In the immediate aftermath of the Iraqui army's defeat at the hands 
of the US-led coalition in late February 1991, Iraqi civilians and 
oppositon guerrilla groups launched a series of widespread uprisings 
against the government of President Saddam Hussein. Two separate 
major rebellions were centered in the predominantly Shia southern 
provinces of Iraq and in the Kurdish northern provinces. By the end of 
March the Iraqi armed forces had suppressed the southern rebellion and 
had recaptured a number of northern towns from Kurdish guerrillas. 
The advance of the Iraqi army into northern provinces in late March 
forced vast numbers of Kurdish civilians to flee toward the frontiers of 
Turkey and Iran. 

The ability fo the Iraqi armed forces to crush the southern rebellion, 
and the non-interference by US-led coalition forces gave rise to some 
criticism that the US government lacked a set of coherent policies 
towards the post-war Middle East. The suspension of military action 
on February 28 had left US-led coalition forces in occupation of some 
15 percent of Iraqi territory. Some analysts speculated that the US 
stance of refusing assistance to the rebels, after previously having 
encouraged Iraqis to throw off Saddam Hussein's leadership, reflected 
US concern to avoid the disintegration of Iraq in the aftermath of the 
Gulf war. 

The US government refused rebel demands for military assistance 
on the grounds that it would be wrong to involve itself in Iraq's internal 
affairs. Nevertheless, the US did make some efforts to dampen the 
brutal conduct of the Iraqi armed forces during their campaign against 
the rebels. In particular, citing interim ceasefire arrangements forbid- 
ding Iraqi use fo fixed-wind military aircraft, US pilots on March 22 and 
March 24 shot down two Iraqi fighter jets operating over northern Iraq. 



ANC SUSPENDS ARMED 
STRUGGLE 

The African National Con- 
gress (ANC) suspended its 29 year 
armed struggle on August 7, 1990 
at the conclusion of a second round 
of negotiations with the govern- 
ment, held in Pretoria. The gov- 
ernment said that it had agreed to 
allow the phased release of around 
1,300 political prisoners after 
September 1, and the return to 
South Africa of around 22,000 
anti-government exiles after Oc- 
tober 1 . The outcome raised ex- 
pectations of full-scale negotia- 
tions on a new power-sharing 
constitution. The Pretoria talks 
were a follow-up to the first meet- 
ing between the government and 
the ANC in Cape Town in May. 

The ANC deputy president, 
Nelson Mandela, announced that 
all activities by the organization's 
military wing would cease. "There 
will be no futher infiltration of 
men and arms into South Africa, 
and related activities of military 




action will be suspended," he said. 
"We hope to be able to communi- 
cate with all our people and to 
inform them of what we have de- 
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WLLIAM WELD ELECTED GOVERNOR 
On the morning of November 7, 1990, William Weld edged past 
Democrat John Silber ending the Democrats' 16 year hold on the 
governorship of the Commonwealth. The race was one of the closest 
elections in 28 years. 

At first, Silber took an early lead as city votes began to come in, but 
as reports started to come in from the suburbs Weld began to gain 
momentum. After about midnight Weld opened a slim lead which 
Silber could not close. At about a quarter past 1:00 a.m. Silber 
acknowledged defeat, conceding the 2 percent Weld lead was not 
closing. 

The gains by the Republicans also extended to the State House 
where the Republicans picked up a significant number of seats in the 
Democrat controlled House and Senate. 




NORTH AND SOUTH 

KOREAN PREMIERS MEET 

FOR FIRST TIME 

Premier Yon Hyong Muk was 
one of a delegation of seven senior 
North Korean officials who made 



an unprecedented three-day offi- 
cial visit to South Korea on Sep- 
tember 4-7, 1990. It was the 
highest level of direct contact be- 
tween the two Korean states since 
their formation in 1948, and was 



the first official border crossing 
since September 1985 when fam- 
ily reunions had been arranged 
under the auspices of the Red 
Cross. During the course of the 
visit the group had several ses- 




sions of talks with seven senior 
South Koreans including Kang 
Young Hoon, the south Korean 
Prime Minister - the first ever 
meeting between the Prime Min- 
isters of the two states. 

While each side recognized 
the growing demand of the Ko- 
rean people for reunification, the 
means through which this was to 
be achieved elusive. However, 
during the two days of talks on 
September 5-6 both Prime Min- 
isters presented their proposals for 
easing political and military ten- 
sions within the Korean penin- 
sula. 



KUWAIT INVADED; U.S.-LED COALITION FORCES DEFEAT IRAQ 

Iraq invaded and overran Kuwait on August 2, 1990, and by the end of August had completely absorbed Kuwait into its administrative 
structure, despite the international condemnation of the invasion. Shortly after the invasion, United States troops, backed by forces of various 
European, Arab and Asian countries, were quickly dispatched to Saudi Arabia in an attempt to shield the kingdom from Iraqi assault and to impress 
upon President Saddam Hussein of Iraq that he should withdraw his troops from Kuwait. 

The invasion, and the subsequent entry of US forces into Saudi Arabia, had a massive impact on Arab regional politics, causing alliances and 
antagonisms to shift and crumble. The Iraqi move was the culmination of several months of incidents in the Middle East which appeared to be 
aimed at building up Saddam Hussein's anti-Western and anti-Israeli credentials while at the same time confirming Iraq's regional ascendency. 
For many Arabs the invasion of Kuwait confirmed Saddam as the foremost pan- Arab nationalist leader and the first Arab leader since Egypt's 
Abdel Gamal Nasser who was fully prepared to stand up to the US. 

During February of 1 99 1 , after an unprecedented buildup of US and coalition forces, the US led forces began a massive and largely unopposed 
air campaign against Iraq and against Iraqi forces in Kuwait. When the long-anticipated ground war was finally unleashed on February 24, it 
encountered minimal Iraqi resistance; Kuwait City was swiftly liberated, a large swathe of southern Iraq was occupied and the bulk of Iraq's armed 
forces were either destroyed, captured or cut off south of the Euphrates-Tigris rivers. By the time that hostilities were suspended on February 
28, the 43rd day of the war, only 30,000 Iraqi troops in the Kuwaiti theater of operations were thought to be combat-effective. 

The superiority of the allied armed forces, and the unfolding of a military strategy which effectively minimized allied casualties allowed the 
political leadership in the US, UK and France to prosecute the war with overwhelming public support. 







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GENERAL AOUN DEFEATED IN EAST BEIRUT 

Syrian and Lebanese troops finally succeeded in expelling General 
Michel Aoun, the self-declared interim Premier of Lebanon, from his 
East Beirut stronghold in mid-October, 1990. 

Syria, having given its support to the United States-led anti-Iraq 
coalition in the Gulf crisis, was currently enjoying the consequent 
improvement in its image in the West, and it was noticeable that there 
was hardly any international condemnation of its action in Lebanon. 

Aoun, a Maronite Christian and former Army Commander, had 
been appointed to head an interim military government in September 

1988 by the outgoing President Amin Gemayel. The legitimacy of 
Aoun's Iraq-backed regime was challenged from the outset by pro- 
Syrian West Beirut-based Cabinet headed by Selim al Hoss. In March 

1989 in an act of extreme bravado Aoun launched a "war of liberation" 
against Syria. Unable to drive the Syrians out of Lebanon, he merely 
succeeded in extending the civil war into Christian East Beirut. Arab 
intervention to halt the bloodshed resulted in the drawing up of the Taif 
accord for national reconciliation, elements of which were formally 
written into the Lebanese Constitution in September 1990. The accord 
was rejected by Aoun on the grounds that it did not provide for an 
immediate Syrian troop withdrawal. Forces loyal to Aoun engaged in 
another major confrontation during the first half of 1990 when they 
fought for control of Christian East Beirut against Samir Geaga's 
Lebanese Forces militia. The contest ended in a stalemate, but as the 
year progressed Aoun became increasingly isolated. In late September 
troops loyal to the Lebanese President, Elias Hrawi, moved to tighten 
an economic blockade on Aoun's stronghold at Baabda in East Beirut. 

On October 10, President Hrawi formally invitedSyrian forces to 
help the Lebanese Army remove Aoun from Baabda. The next day 
thousands of Syrian troops took up forward positions around Aoun's 
enclave. In an interview with French radio on October 1 1 Aoun 
admitted that he was surrounded but claimed to be ready for "the last 
battle." He addressed a crowd of his civilian supporters at Baabda on 
October 12, when he only narrowly escaped an assassination attempt. 

The operation to dislodge Aoun started early on October 13. A Syrian aerial attack on Aoun's bunker was followed by heavy artillery fire. 
Within an hour of the Syrian air attack, Aoun, his family and high-ranking supporters had fled to the French embassy. Meanwhile, troops loyal 
to Aoun remained in position as Syrian and Lebanese forces pushed into the enclave. In late morning Aoun, under pressure from the French 
ambassador, broadcast a radio message ordering his forces to obey the orders of the attacking commander. However, in a private call to his senior 
officers he urged them to fight on. Fighting continued until early afternoon, when the Syrians gained control of the area. 







AKIHITO ENTHRONED AS EMPEROR OF JAPAN 

Emperor Akihito, 56, formally proclaimed himself the 125th emperor of Japan on November 12, 1990, in a formal 30 minute ceremony held 
20 months after the death of his father, Hirohito. At the time of his death, Hirohito was the longest reigning of any present-day monarch; he was 
enthroned in 1926 and led Japan through World War II. A total of 500 heads of state and foreign dignitaries from 158 countries witnessed the 
Emperor's formal accession to the Chrysanthemum Throne, as did 2500 Japanese guests. 

Akihito was the first monarch to be enthroned under Japan's 1947 constitution, a US inspired document which imposed a clear separation 
between church and state in order to undermine the practice of emperor- worship implicit within the traditional Shinto religion. Although a series 
of Shinto ceremonies was held at the palace, much of the religious content was stripped from the state-funded Sokui-no-rei, or Enthronement 
Ceremony. This point was underlined in the Imperial address, in which Akihito vowed to observe the Constitution and to serve as the "symbol 
of the state and the unity of the people" as stipulated by the Constitution. Nevertheless, many on the political left were critical of the occasion 
and some refused to attend. 





GERMANY FORMALLY REUNITED 

On October 3, 1990, the German Democratic Republic, known as East Germany, ceased to exist when the five Lander (states) which had been 
re-established on its territory in July 1990 became part of the Federal Republic of Germany. This unificaton of Germany took place as provided 
for under Article 23 of the FRG Basic Law, or constitution, and in the state treaty on unification signed on August 31, 1990. 

Simultaneously, a four-power declaration signed on October 1, 1990, in New York by France, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom and 
the United States conferred full sovereignty on the new unified Germany. 

At midnight on October 2-3, the FRG flag was raised at a ceremony held outside the Reichstag (the former German parliament) in Berlin. 
Helmut Kohl, the Federal Chancellor, described the day as "one of the 
happiest moments of my life" and declared that Germany is our 
fatherland, the united Europe our future." Lothar de Maiziere, the 
outgoing East German Prime Minister, stated: "We are one people, we 
become one state. It is an hour of great joy. It is the end of some 
illusions. It is a farewell without tears." 

Peaceful celebrations followed on the streets of Berlin and in many 
other German cities and towns. There were some counter-demonstra- 
tions, however, notably in Berlin, where up to 10,000 people protested 
against unification and 150-250 anarchists were reportedly arrested. 
No service was held at the Nikolai Kirche in Leipzig, where the city's 
massive weekly demonstrations had started in the autumn of 1989 
which had set in progress the collapse of the communist government; 
instead a notice was pinned up outside the church saying: "With 
2,000,000 unemployed we have little cause for celebrating." 

Mikhail Gorbachev, the Soviet President, said that unification 
"occurs at the watershed of two epochs." A joint European Community 
statement described unification as heralding "a new age for Germany 
and all of Europe." 




MARGARET THATCHER RESIGNS AS BRITISH PRIME MINISTER 

Disarray within the Conservative Party and the government, particularly over European policy, provoked the resignation on November 1 of 
Deputy Prime Minister Sir Geoffery Howe. A crisis then unfolded involving a challenge to the leadership of Margaret Thatcher. By the end of 
November John Major had succeeded her as leader of the Conservative Party, a post she had held for nearly 16 years, and as Prime Minister, an 
office she had held since 1979. 

On October 8 the United Kingdom had entered the exchange rate mechanism (ERM) of the European monetary system of the European 
Communitie (EC), but at the subsequent European Council meeting in Rome, Thatcher had been isolated in her opposition to an early move 
towards the second stage of economic and monetary union and in the strength of her determination to hold out against the possible ultimate 
introduction of a single European currency. 

This crisis was triggered on November 1 by the resignation of Sir Geoffry Howe, Deputy Prime Minister, Lord President of the Council and 
Leader of the House of Commons since July 1989 and the only remaining member of Thatcher's original 1979 Cabinet apart from the Prime 
Minister herself. In his resignation letter, Howe noted the growing difference which had emerged between himself and the Prime Minister on 
the increasingly important issue of Britain's role in Europe, and especially on monetary policy, and stated that he now felt that he could no longer 
serve with honor as a member of her government. 

On November 3, Michael Heseltine, who had resigned as Secretary of State for Defense in January 1986, sent an open letter to his Conservative 
Association chairman containing a severe attack on Thatcher's policies and style. On Novcember 6 he repeated, however, that he could foresee 
no circumstances in which he would stand against Thatcher for the leadership of the party. 

In two by-elections held on November 8, the Labour Party increased its share of the vote, with the Conservative candidate in one area being 
forced into third place. However, in a speech in London on November 12, Thatcher made a spirited defense of her own record and expressed 
her determination to defeat any opponents. 

Heseltine on November 14 abandoned his earlier position that he would not stand against Thatcher, claiming that he was best placed to win 
back former conservative voters, that he had the better prospect of leading the Conservative Party to a fourth successive general election victory. 
By the closing date for nominations for the leadership contest of November 15 only Thatcher and Heseltine had been nominated. 

In the first round on November 20, Thatcher received 204 votes against 152 ofr Heseltine from the 372 Conservative MPs now forming the 
electoral college. However, although she had an absolute majority of the MPs entitled to participate, she failed by four votes to register, in 
additiion, the required 15 percent margin over Heseltine, and a second ballot was necessary. 

When the results of the first ballot were announced Thatcher was in Paris and immediately and dramatically announced that she would be 
continuing with the contest with the aim of winning on the second ballot. After returning to London she again on November 21 declared that 
she would fight on, and secured nomination and seconding by Douglas Hurd and John Major (Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary and 
Chancellor of the Exchequer respectively). On the following day, however, after lenghtly discussions with Cabinet and other colleagues, she 
announced that she was withdrawing and that she would accordingly resign as Prime Minister once the new party leader had been lelcted. Both 
Major and Hurd were then immediately nominated as candidates for the second round, while Heseltine was also renominated. 

In the second ballot on November 27, in which all 372 Conservative MPs voted, Major received 185, Heseltine 131 and Hurd 56. On 
November 28 Thatcher presented her resignation to the Queen, and later that morning Major was formally appointed as Prime Minister. 





JUDGE SOUTER NOMINATION TO SUPREME COURT CONFIRMED 

The Senate judiciary committee voted on September 27 by 13 to 1 to confirm the nomination of Judge David Souter to the Supreme Court. 
Seven Democrats voted for Souter, as did the committee's six Republicans. The single dissenting vote was that of Ted Kennedy who rejected 
the nomination because of Souter's reticence in stating his views on key issues concerning individual rights and freedoms. 

With the court finely balanced between liberals and conservatives at the time of this appointment, it was considered to be of crucial importance 
as it offered an opportunity to shift the balance decisively to the right. Of particular concern to liberals such as Kennedy was Souter's attitude 
to abortion and affirmative action for minorities, areas where past liberal victories had been recently eroded by the court. 

Souter had been nominated by President Bush to replace the veteran liberal, William Brennan, who retired in July. Souter's judicial philosophy 
was believed to be conservative in that he was an advocate of "strict construction" - the belief that judges should interpret legislation, including 
the Constitution, narrowly and in accordance with the original intentions of its creators, and "judicial restraint" - the idea that the judiciary should 
intrude as little as possible into the political domain. Many commentators believed that he had been nominated because of his self-effacing 
personality and the fact that he had left no "paper trail" in the form of recorded legal opinions on divisive issues. While wanting to appoint a justice 
who reflected his own, mainly conservative, views upon such issues, Bush wanted to avoid the repetition of the Senate's 1987 rejection of Judge 
Robert Bork, an outspoken conservative ideologue, whom President Ronald Reagan had unsuccessfully attempted to appoint to the court. 

The Senate committee reached its decision after hearing three days of testimony from Souter, beginning on September 13, followed by two 
days of testimony from various interested parties, including supporters and opponents of abortion. 

During his three days of testimony Souter behaved with courtesy and tact, studiously avoiding giving the Democratic majority any reason 
to reject him. He proved especially adept at evading all attempts to hear his views on abortion, he emphasized his belief that Supreme Court 
Justices should be chosen for their overall competence rather than because of their stance on "litmus test" issues. He also assured the committee 
that he was a judge of moderate instincts whom they could trust to approach all issued with an open mind, and who was able to understand and 
sympathizewith the tribulations of his fellow U.S. citizens. 

The committee's decision was endorsed on October 2 when the full Senate voted 90 to 9 to confirm Souter's appointment. 



FEDERAL BUDGET FINALLY APPROVED 

On October 5, 1990, the government was thrown into turmoil following the defeat in the House of Representatives of a budget agreement 
for the fiscal year beginning October 1 . The agreement, reached on September 30, after weeks of protracted negotiation between the 
administration and the Democratic-dominated Congress, had aimed to reduce the budget deficit by increasing excise taxes and reducing benefits, 
particularly the Medicare health programs for the elderly. 

President Bush had appealed for support for the agreement in a national broadcast on October 2 in which he described the deficit as "a cancer 
gnawing away at our nation's health." The measure was defeated, however, by 254 votes to 179. Its opponents included 105 Republicans led 
by the House Minority Whip, Newt Gingrich, most of whom opposed any increases in taxes, while the Democrats opposed cuts in benefits and 
services. 

On October 6 the House of Representatives approved a stop-gap spending bill to enable the government to continue to function in the absence 
of a budget agreement. Bush vetoed the measure, and said he refused "to be part of business as usual when we have one deficit after another piling 
up." 

In a subsequent vote to overturn the veto, the House fell six votes short of the necessary two-thirds majority. As a result, non-essential 
government services were immediately ordered to close, and a number of museums, parks and public places were closed to the public. 

New budget proposals were discussed in the House and Senate on October 8, and a new measure to provide temporary financing for 
government until October 20 was passed in the House. The President approved this measure, but made it clear that he would sign no further 



legislation to keep government 
agreement was reached on the 

However, Bush created 
when he indicated in the morn- 
creases in income tax in return 
in a meeting with Republican 
clared that both were "off the 
position, Bush replied, "Let 
President's public changes of 
decision and weakness, and 
fall in his popularity from a 
start of the year to 56 percent in 

Complex negotiations 
House, the Senate and the 
Bush administration indicated 
proposal which included a limit 
comes over $100,000, in- 
higher excise taxes. However, 
chariman of the Ways and 
Rostenkowski, drew up a plan 
percent taxes on the most 
percent surtax on incomes of 




going unless a satisfactory 
budget. 

some confusion on October 9 
ing that he might accept in- 
for cuts in capital gains tax, but 
Senators later that day he de- 
table." Asked to clarify his 
Congress clear it up." The 
mind led to accusations of in- 
public opinion polls showed a 
high of 75 to 80 percent at the 
October. 

continued between the White 
House of Representatives. The 
support for a bipartisan Senate 
on tax deductible items on in- 
creased Medicare charges and 
Democrats in the House, led by 
Means committee, Dan 
to raise from 28 percent to 33 
wealthy and to impose a 10 
more that $100,000. The di- 



vided Republicans were unable to produce an alternative measure. 

On October 1 8, the House approved another stop-gap funding measure to enable the government to keep operating for another week. President 
Bush signed the measure the following day. 

Bush indicated a willingness to approve an increase in taxation on the wealthy and to defer a cut in the capital gains tax, but said that he would 
not accept the House budget proposals, and to meet conflicting political demands. At several points it appeared that the discussions between 
congressmen and Budget Director Richard Darman and White House Chief of Staff John Sununu, had broken down. However, on October 24 
Democrats in the House appeared willing to compromise when they abandoned their demands for the inclusion of surtax, in favor of phasing out 
personal tax exemptions for those with incomes in excess of $100,000. 

On October 25, Bush signed another emergency funding bill, the fourth in a month, to enable discussion to continue until October 27. Not 
since the Second World War had Congress remained in session so close to election day, and with mid-term elections on November 6 rapidly 
approaching, a compromise budget was at last finally agreed to. The new proposal was passed by the House on October 27 and the Senate on 
October 28. In the House the voting was 228 (181 Democrats and 47 Republicans) to 200 (126 Republicans and 74 Democrats). The Senate 
vote was 54 to 45. Bush said that although "there are some things in it I had to gag and digest," he would sign it "because or the first time it makes 
significant and long-term cuts in federal spending that should have a positive impact on America's economic future." 



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the Life of 

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Though not everyone in 
the college community 
can be seen in this section, 
it is the spirit that lives on 
and on. It is our (the year- 
book staff's) hope that 
through turning these 
pages you will find your- 
self rethinking the "good 
old days." We believe that 
our goal is not to just put 
together pages of a year- 
book but to piece together 
memories for the years to 
come. So to all, enjoy re- 
living "A Day in the Life 
of Bridgewater State Col- 
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Kristi Ploss 
Yearbook Editor 




Upon the resignation of Paul Cournoyer as Yearbook Editor, I accepted the 
position. My main duty was to finish the production of this book. Before Paul 
left, he reassured me that there was not that much left to do. However, there was 
more than I bargained for. 

I am thankful to the staff for all the work they did taking pictures during 
the year. Without them, my job would have been much more difficult. I had 
some help over the summer to finish the pages that were left for me, but even 
then, it was quite a project. 

Although we tried to cover every event at Bridgewater, there were too 
many events for our small staff to cover. If we could have covered all the events, 
this yearbook would not fit on anyone's shelf. I apologize to anyone who might 
have been overlooked. 

' I hope that you enjoy looking through this yearbook and reminiscing for 
many years to come. On behalf of my staff and me, good luck and take care. 



Kristi 



1991 Yearbook Staff 




Martha 


Debbi 


Michelle 


Dave 


Thomson 


Isles 


Gooding 


Newman 




Missing: 


Chris Perra 
Bryon Hayes 





Photo Editor: Martha Thomson 

Year in Review: Chris Perra 

Greeks: Bryon Hayes 

Yearbook Advisor: Phil Conroy 

Sports Statistics: Mike Storey 



COLOPHON 



Volume 93 of the Bridge water State College Pagemaker 4.0 and adapted to Quad 8. 
Yearbook was printed by Taylor Publishing 

Company of Dallas, Texas. The company ORDERING INFORMATION I 

representative was Conrad Schmidt with Members of the senior class were sent order 

special computer information supplied by forms and were offered a free yearbook if 

John Siemiatkoski. they acted before December 21. After that 

date, they were charged a minimal price of 

PRODUCTION $10.00. Underclassmen and other college 

Some pages of the book were submitted on members were charged according to the time 

Quad 8 software, Taylor's version of of purchase. A mandatory mailing fee was 

Pagemaker 4.0, while the majority of the established at $4.50. Name on cover and a 

book was drawn and submitted on Quad plastic protective cover were given as options. 
Paks. Negatives of the pages were made 

after they had been turned in at each dead- SENIOR PORTRAITS 

line. After the negatives were proofread, Color portraits were taken by McGrath's 

they were returned and 700 copies were Studios of Brockton in conjunction with 

printed at Taylor's Malvern, Pennsylvania Yearbook Associates. Portraits were not 

plant. accepted from any other studio. This policy 

was adapted to insure consistency in the 

COLOR PAGES background as the portraits were printed in 

The final book was 264 pages, printed on 80 color, 
lb. enamel paper, with 70 pages of color. 

TYPEFACES 

The primary typeface used in production 
was Malibu while the pages that were done 
on the computer utilized Times. 

Lines and shading on the sports scoreboard 
and the Greek section were drawn on 



SPONSORS 



Bronze Club 

Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson 
David and Sharon Flannery 
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Anderson 

Silver Club 

Peter and Sally Russell 

Gold Club 

Donald and Agnes Collet 



Senior Personals 



To: Our dear Julie - 
A dream comes true 

To: Sue Archambault 

You did good - 

Love Mom & Dad 



To: Barbara A. McCabe 
We're real proud of you. 

Good luck in your chosen career. 

P.S. Are you sure it's really over? 



SPONSORS 



To: Denise, Lisa, Kristen, Marty, Melanie, 

Debbie, Missy, Eileen, Emily, Brenda, & the girls in 7C. 

These years have been the best since I have known all of you. Thanks so much for being there! ! 

I love you all! 
Love your friend, 



Marie (Q) 



To: Joseph Abber 

Cookie-Sue always knew, 

the "old man" said he did too! ! 



To: Our daughter Danielle 

Congratulations Dani. 

We know you have worked hard for the past four years and we are very proud of your 

accomplishments. 

Best wishes for a successful career. 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 



/ 

Zeke's 

Credit Card 

This card is not for material things, 

but is to give you credit for being 

the greatest in the world and for that 

You Deserve Credit 
V 

Love - Dad and Mum 



SPONSORS 



To: Hal Plant 
We couldn't be more proud of you than we are at this moment and 
we wish for you a bright future filled with much love and success. 

With love from 
your parents 

To: Elizabeth J. Travassos 

Congratulations for a job well done and best wishes. 

We are very proud of you. 

Love Forever, 
Mom, Dad and "Me Me" 

To: Donald Lemonde 
Wishing you a future filled with happiness and may all your dreams become a reality! 

Good Luck!! 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 

To: Renee Landry 
Congratulations, we're all very proud of you and confident you will enjoy continued success. 

You have all our love - Mom, Dad & Nicole 

To: Craig DeMello 
Congratulations and good luck. We are very proud of you! 

Love, 
Ma and Debbie 

To: Deborah A. L'ltalien 

Congratulations ! 

We are all very proud of you ! ! 

Dad, Mom, Frank, Scott 



SPONSORS 



To: Judy 
With love and congratulations. We are very proud of you, 

Ma, Ba, Phil and Cindy 



To: Kim 

Congratulations ! 

We are so proud of you. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad and Alison 



To: My daughter Jill 

Congratulations! Jilly words can't express how proud I am of you. 

May all your goals and dreams be fulfilled. 

To a daughter whose inner strength has lead her to success. Know that my love and support 

has and always will be there for you. 
I know why God danced the day you were born! 

I love you. 

Always, 

Mom 



To: Chris 

Four year Varsity athlete 

3.7 cum 

Happy at your chosen profession 

No parents could be more proud 

Congratulations . . . We love you 

Mom & Dad 



SPONSORS 



To: Elisa Simonian 

We are all so proud of your accomplishments over these past four years. And now as you look to 

the future, we wish you all the love, health, success and happiness that you so richly deserve. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Lucy, Kirk and Tyler 



To: Frank Avilla 

Can you believe it? How fast these four years have gone. Never quit, always believe in yourself and 

trust your instincts. There's noplace to go but the top! Much success. As always we're proud of 

you. Congratulations. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad & Brian 



To: Jeanne Collet 

You have made us all very proud in what you have achieved. It's just great that we have another 

educator in the family. We wish you all the luck in the world as you go forward to your new 

assignment! 

Love you, 

Mom & Dad & Family 



To: Ripp Charters 

Here's to 4 years of wonderful memories on and off the field. Although your college experience is 

over, now the greatest game of all awaits you, the game of life. May you be as successful and rise to 

every occasion. And when the final score is counted, we're sure it will read 49 to 7. 

Congratulations and love, 
Dad & Jean Charters 

To: Cheryl A. Duquette 

Well I guess all good things must come to an end. But for you it's only the beginning. We hope all 

your dreams come true, because you sure worked hard enough for them. You have made us very 

proud of you and I'm sure we always will be. We wish you the best of luck. 

Always, Love Mom & Dad 



SPONSORS 



To: Dawn Marie Caputo 
We are very proud of what you have accomplished. You have always brought us joy and love, and 

we will always be there for you. 
Love Mom & Dad 

To: Christine A. Bonnell 
Congratulations to our wonderful daughter. You've worked hard and we are so proud of you! 

May all your dreams com true! 

Love, 

Dad and Mom 

XX OO 

To: Malisa A. Morais 

Congratulations Sweetheart!! 

Malisa, you've worked so hard for this your graduation day. You have always been a thoughtful, 

caring, sensitive and loving person. As you enter your teaching profession, we wish you continued 

success. May your fondest hopes & dreams be fulfilled. We are so very proud of you! 

With all our love, 
Mom & Dad 
Vavo & Vovo & Mark, Mike, Marcia & Kristian * 



To: Bryan N. Lombardi 

We wish you, 

Bright, sun filled days; 

Days by the ocean where the water is blue and clean. 

Where the surf pounds upon the shore. 

Where the sand feels silky between your toes. 

Days on mountain tops, where you can seemingly see forever, 

Where the air is sweet, 

Where the trees are tall. 

Days of peace, love and happiness. 

And nights. 

Nights of clear starry skies 



SPONSORS 



When the moonlight is there to still light your path. 
And during those stormy days, 

That you are safe, 

Safe at home with your family, 

Safe by the shore, 

Safe at sea, 

Safe on top of mountains and mountain trails. 

A family, 
A woman you will love, 

and love you. 

Children who are healthy, 

strong, and bright. 

A place to live, 

which you will call home. 

Good friends who will always be there. 

Days of peace, love and happiness. 

Love - Mom & Dad 

To: Joanne Gudrun Anderson 

"you shall possess the origin of all poems 

you shall possess the good of the earth and sun - there are millions of suns left. 

you shall no longer take things at second or third hand, nor look through the eyes of the dead, nor 

feed on specters in books. 

you shall not look through my eyes either, nor take things from me. 

you shall listen to all sides and filter them from yourself." 

Walt Whitman 
With much love & pride, Mom & Dad 

To: Wendy Ann Blackwell 
Four years ago you started on a program to enable you to become the teacher you have wanted to be 

since you were a very young girl. You have now realized your goal and we are very proud of the 

young woman you have become. We are very sure that there will be many fortunate youngsters who 

will benefit by having you for their teacher. Congratulations ! ! ! You've earned it. 

Lots of love, 
Mom & Dad 




For now she can only 

dream, however someday 
she too may be . . . 

Walking through 
Bridgewater. 




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